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- CIA chief Brennan ‘determined’ to speak out more this year
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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Iraq
The Eagle of Bryan-College Station. March 9, 2014.
A federal judge has upheld a Missouri law requiring protesters to stay at least a football-field length away from funeral sites, beginning an hour before they start until an hour after the services end.
With a face like this, is it any wonder we are the laughingstock of the world?
A federal judge last week dismissed a lawsuit by contractor KBR that had argued the taxpayers should pay millions of dollars in legal bills rung up by the company as it defended itself against other lawsuits accusing it of wrongdoing.
A Chaldean Catholic bishop serving in Syria says his fellow Christians are under constant siege and fearful of openly following their faith, akin to what's occurring to believers in Iraq.
Sgt. 1st Class Sean Wilson and his wife, Stephanie, expect to spend their first wedding anniversary apart this summer. Sean Wilson is a member of the Bend-based Oregon Army National Guard 1-82 Cavalry Squadron that is currently scheduled to begin training at Fort Bliss, Texas, likely in June, and then deploy to Afghanistan in August.
Britain seeks to conduct an interesting surgical procedure. Extremely difficult to perform, it is the equivalent of separating Siamese twins.
To say that Michael Curry was stressed is an understatement.
A young man whose family left the violent turmoil of Iraq has become a campus leader at a southwest Ohio college with a fast-growing international student population.
Church leaders in both Australia and Papua New Guinea are voicing discontent with Australia’s policy of processing asylum seekers at offshore camps with conditions condemned by human rights groups.
Jackson, a 10-year-old Belgian Malinois, sat at Harvey Holt's left side.
A West Virginia woman is being recognized for her work as a military and veteran caregiver.
Saudi Arabia identified the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group along with al-Qaida and others Friday, warning those who join them or support them they could face five to 30 years in prison.
U.S. Army Gen. Jerry Sinclair is expected to plead guilty to three charges at Thursday's court hearing -- but not to sexual assault.
A federal appeals court on Thursday revived dozens of lawsuits by soldiers and others who claim they were harmed by improper waste disposal while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.