Former President George W. Bush dropped a clanger for the ages when he accidentally criticized the man who launched the “brutal invasion of Iraq” … himself.
The former president blamed his age when he mistakenly referenced Iraq instead of Ukraine while addressing Russia's invasion.
Bush blamed his age for the embarrassing mistake during a speech in Dallas on Wednesday.
The secretary of state had to assure the U.N. Security Council that he was trying to avert a war, not start a war.
"When I’m in a parking lot, I can feel my sniper looking at me through the scope of their gun. My body gets hot and I begin to sweat."
The Iraqi government says Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has survived an assassination attempt with an armed drone and is unharmed.
Powell's testimony before the U.N. Security Council in 2003 made the case for war against Iraq with false claims of weapons of mass destruction.
After presiding over George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, in his later years Colin Powell turned his back on Republicans as his party swung to the right.
Iraqis have voted in parliamentary elections held months ahead of schedule as a concession to a youth-led uprising against corruption and mismanagement.
Grant Stinchfield flips his wig at a U.S. veteran working to rescue Americans in Afghanistan.