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Latest Iraq Items
It is wrong to give one man so much power to implement changes that have relegated the United States from a superpower to a class-B country.
A large study of nearly 1 million soldiers shows the Army suicide rate surpassed the civilian suicide rate in 2008 and continues to rise.
It was 1948, three years after the end of World War II, when Earl Shaffer, a U.S. Army veteran from Pennsylvania, hiked the entire length of the Appalachian Trail, something no one else had done to that point.
U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain Thomas C. Krajeski has engaged in a "seat of the pants" leadership style that has left his employees to fend for themselves and has damaged Washington's reputation in the Persian Gulf island kingdom, the State Department's inspector general says in a new report.
Australia's prospects of winning the Asian Cup on home soil in 2015 became significantly more difficult when the Socceroos were grouped with 2002 World Cup semifinalist South Korea during Wednesday's draw at the Sydney Opera House.
Jonathan Schell, the crusading author, journalist and anti-war activist who condemned conflicts from Vietnam to Iraq and warned of a nuclear holocaust in terrifying detail in his galvanizing best seller, "The Fate of the Earth," has died at age 70.
When Justin Morseth held his newborn son for the first time, the moment "broke the dam" holding back memories from his time as an infantry captain and platoon leader in Iraq.
Cecil E. Thayer III plans to spend the next six months walking away his war.
The United States delivered 100 Hellfire missiles, along with assault rifles and ammunition to Iraq as part of its anti-terrorism assistance to the country, the U.S. embassy to Iraq said on Sunday.