Bowe Bergdahl and Taliban prisoner exchange
Sgt. Bergdahl, held captive since 2009, swapped for 5 Gitmo detainees in 2014
Chuck Hagel defends urgency of Bergdahl prisoner swap
The defense secretary defended the administration's decision to move ahead without notifying Congress, calling it an "extraordinary situation"
Congress' unanswered questions on Bowe Bergdahl swap
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel faces lawmakers who have a laundry list of lingering questions about the exchange
Bowe Bergdahl deal finalized a day before swap, senator says
Despite Sen. Dick Durbin's explanation as to why Congress wasn't informed about the deal, lawmakers remain skeptical
How do Americans view the Bergdahl swap?
According to a CBS News Poll, a significant majority of U.S. public thinks President Obama got it at least partially wrong
House panel to investigate deal that freed Bowe Bergdahl
After closed-door briefing by administration officials, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says Obama is "not going to get away with this one"
What Bowe Bergdahl can expect when he returns to U.S.
American who was held hostage by Colombian rebels for five years describes the reintegration process for freed captives
Bergdahl swap reignites Guantanamo debate
Some argue 5 Taliban detainees exchanged for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl would eventually have been transferred anyway, so why not get something for them?
Bowe Bergdahl was held in solitary confinement
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is now telling the details of his captivity to military officials. Bergdahl says he spent at least some of the time he was held in solitary confinement, a form of punishment after two failed escape attempts. Jeff Pegues reports.
Kerry: Failing to rescue Bergdahl would have been "offensive"
The secretary of state and some retired generals say the freed former Taliban leaders could return to battle, but risk being killed if they do so
GOP lawmaker: Bergdahl's claims difficult to validate
Bergdahl's attempts to escape the Taliban were rumored, the top two lawmakers on the Senate intelligence committee said, adding they did not know he was tortured
Bowe Bergdahl claims Taliban kept him in a cage
After trying to escape twice, his Taliban captors tortured, beat and locked Bergdahl in a dark box, freed Army sergeant tells officials
FBI investigates threats against Bergdahl family
Bowe Bergdahl's hometown in Idaho has been the target of hate mail, angry calls
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s condition is improving
Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is in stable condition and is said to be improving from his five-year captivity ordeal. Bergdahl remains in a U.S. military hospital in Germany after being released in a prisoner swap for five Taliban leaders. Vinita Nair reports.
Administration continues pushback on critics of Bowe Bergdahl swap
Officials say U.S. can track Guantanamo detainees released in exchange for Sgt. Bergdahl, denounce rush to judgment on circumstances of Bergdahl's capture
Video reportedly shows freed Taliban prisoners celebrating
Taliban propaganda video claims to show five men rejoicing after arriving in Qatar
Bergdahl tried to escape twice while in Taliban captivity
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s captors increased security around him each time he tried to escape. The officer who investigated Bergdahl's disappearance found his fellow soldiers, some of whom are now calling him a deserter, described him as courteous and a little quirky. David Martin reports.
More details surface about Bowe Bergdahl
He tried to escape twice from his captors and was kept under harsh conditions; former comrades who now call him a deserter once thought him good soldier
Taliban threatened to kill Bergdahl if swap deal leaked: Officials
Lawmakers were told by the administration that the threat drove the administration to move quickly to rescue Bergdahl, officials said
Bowe Bergdahl's health improving daily, Pentagon says
No date set for freed Army sergeant to make first phone call to his family in Idaho or to be transferred to hospital in Texas
Chuck Hagel: Bowe Bergdahl swap decision was unanimous
In the face of continued criticism, the administration is defending itself against critics of the prisoner swap
Obama: "I make absolutely no apologies" for Bergdahl prisoner exchange
The president reiterates that the U.S. does not abandon men in uniform but says he's never surprised by controversy in Washington
Backlash over the deal that released Bergdahl continues
Maj. Mike Lyons (Ret.), CBS News Military Analyst, discusses Pres. Obama defending the deal that freed Taliban leaders in exchange for an American POW.
Bergdahl had left his post at least once before, investigation found
The sergeant held five years by the Taliban had wanted to explore Afghanistan, fellow soldiers report
Bowe Bergdahl's hometown cancels celebration
City hall, police and local Chamber of Commerce were swamped by angry phone calls and emails amid growing controversy over freed POW
Court-martial against Bergdahl could be complicated
Outcry over freed Army sergeant's conduct in Afghanistan getting louder, contributes to hometown canceling celebration
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