Iraq War

Latest Articles Tagged "Iraq War"

"Iraq is at risk of falling to a radical Islamic terror group and Mr. Obama is talking climate change."


A new study examines the mental health toll on these 6,000 civilians who lived and worked alongside soldiers in a combat zone.


In The Unknown Known, Donald Rumsfeld is not an otherworldly villain but a boring idiot who presided over some of the most disastrous and shameful policies in U.S. history.


"The Iraq War is the largest strategic blunder in U.S. history."


"You know, I tried to be patient with the guy. Every time I tried to answer, he started yelling over me again. Damn, man, I'm governor, could you just shut up for a second?"


Mayor Bloomberg is following the advice of the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who believe a parade is premature.


Given the elusiveness of "victory" in the war, the country's enduring turmoil, and the current war in Afghanistan, should there be a parade for the veterans of the Iraq War?


America leaves behind its embassy in Baghdad, the largest US embassy in the world, with a staff of 16,000, most of whom are private contractors.


Since the Iraq war started more than 1 million U.S. troops have served in the country. Of those, more than 32,226 have been wounded and about 4,487 were killed.