Sunday December 14, 2003 -- Posted at 9:00 p.m. CDT
First, Americans watched as his statue fell in Baghdad. Today, many celebrated again as news that United States forces had captured Saddam Hussein spread across the country. It was one of the most intensive manhunts U.S. forces have ever conducted and it's finally over. Without firing a shot, American soldiers captured a heavily bearded Saddam Hussein in an underground hide-out on a farm near his hometown of Tikrit.
A commander says U.S. forces were led to the area on a tip from a member of a family he describes as ``close'' to the former Iraqi dictator. In an address to the nation, President Bush said, "Now Saddam will face the justice he's denied to millions of people."