Regions / Iraq
The latest surge in violence isn't because the United States is leaving, but because the timeframe and terms of withdrawal are unclear.
Poets send their messages to the president, and keep them short.
The gulf between the rhetoric of withdrawal and the reality on the ground grows wider each day the occupation continues.
Chas Freeman was on his way to head up the National Intelligence Council until the right-wing attacks began.
This month's provincial elections reaffirm Iraqis' national identity, signal rejection of outside influence.
In discussing his plans for the Iraq War, Barack Obama seldom, if ever, mentions the Iraq people as supporting his proposed policy.
Ignoring the pleas of those calling for a more credible figure, Senate Democrats have instead chosen Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) to lead the Senate Committee on Intelligence.
Gerald J. "G. J." Cassidy's death illustrates how the problem of medical negligence goes beyond the deplorable conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
One veteran's chilling account of what he saw while serving in the Iraq War underscores the violent way U.S. forces have treated Iraqi detainees, even after they've died.
Convert the huge U.S. Embassy into a university.