On October 21, 2011, The New York Times reported on President Barack Obama's announcement that "the last American soldier
There, over a series of 17 tweets, Rao laid out each of the individual attacks from that single day. In Abu Ghraib, a roadside
Iraq Embassy Cuts: U.S. To Slash Two-Thirds Of Staff By End Of 2013, Ambassador Stephen Beecroft Says
The US mission in Iraq -- the biggest in the world -- will slash its numbers by two-thirds by the end of this year from its
The Post story is quite instructive, even if it is not exactly "news" in the common sense of the term.
America leaves an Iraq that is deeply divided. After decades of ruthless rule, Iraqis endured an invasion and occupation, suffered from terror and ethnic cleansing, and while the trappings of a democracy have been set-up, it remains in a gestational state.
Mitt Romney Flip-Flops On Iraq: GOP Candidate Says 'We Would Not Have Gone In' If We Knew There Were No Weapons Of Mass Destruction (VIDEO)
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy The former Massachusetts governor then gave a more
Members of the Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War (KNOW) held their usual Sunday peace vigil in front of the Federal Building in downtown Kalamazoo as they have been doing since September 1, 2002. And, it doesn't look as though they are going away despite President Obama's declaration of the end of the war in Iraq.
As the Republican presidential candidates prepare to debate foreign policy in South Carolina Saturday night, a new poll shows
It was the 2007 Nisour Square Blackwater killings, not Wikileaks, that derailed plans for U.S. troops to stay on in Iraq.
"After a decade of war, the nation we need to build and the nation we will build is our own," Obama said. Gallup's Wednesday
Given the ongoing withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq and the transition to a State-Department-led mission for all remaining U.S. personnel in Iraq, this is a good time to focus more closely on what exactly is happening.