Wall Street Journal
Iraq Factions Spar Over Security Force
Wall Street Journal
BAGHDAD—A struggle between Iraq's political factions is sowing divisions in the country's security forces just weeks before the last US troops depart, as Iraqis rely on a unified force to hold the country together and suppress extremist ...
At least 10 dead after triple blasts in Iraq capital: sources
Bombs rip through sprawling market in central Baghdad, killing 8
Iraq: more blasts and few US gains
Steven Cornford: Life after Operation Proper Exit
Caught in a 2007 firefight in Iraq that killed his lieutenant, Cornford couldn't stop replaying that moment in his mind. Cornford returned to Iraq earlier this year with "Operation Proper Exit," a program designed to help wounded warriors confront and ...
Mountain Home soldier interviewed on 60 Minutes
Under budget pressure, military eyes deep cuts
The Seattle Times
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, left, and Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testify in September before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the US strategy in Afghanistan and Iraq. ...
Weighing Pentagon Cuts, Panetta Faces Deep Pressures
Critics on left hit Pentagon on talk of budget disasters
Pentagon Notebook: Report shines a light on defense firms' low tax rates
New York Times
Leaving Iraq, US Fears New Surge of Qaeda Terror
New York Times
Troops from Joint Base Balad left Iraq on Tuesday for the United States. Pentagon officials are arguing for a future role in Iraq. By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ERIC SCHMITT BAGHDAD — As the United States prepares to withdraw its troops from Iraq by year ...
U.S. fears renewed al-Qaida terror in Iraq
U.S. fears al-Qaida revival in Iraq
UPI NewsTrack TopNews
Rice: Iraq withdrawal threatens US gains
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned Sunday that President Obama's plan to pull all US troops out of Iraq by year's end threatens to destabilize the entire region. "It would help the regional balance ...
TRANSCRIPT: Condoleeza Rice on ABC's "This Week"
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The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)
Families of those who served in Iraq split over US troop withdrawal
The Tand D.com
US Army Sgt. E-5 Joseph Bossi served in Iraq from July 2007 to October 2008. His aunt, Orangeburg resident Michele Bossi, says she's happy for the men and women who get to leave Iraq and return to their families. Doug Doster, Michele Bossi and Elaine ...
Welcome home vets; welcome end to Iraq war
John Wolf: Iraq pullout raises important questions
The Iranians Certainly Think They've Won in Iraq
Second Iraq veteran wounded during Occupy Oakland protests recovering from ...
San Jose Mercury News
Sabeghi is a partner in the Elevation 66 Brewing Company in El Cerrito, and a former Army sergeant who saw two tours of duty in Iraq and one tour in Afghanistan before leaving the service in 2007, friends said. Oakland police and Alameda County ...
" Second Iraq Vet Injured by Oakland Police During Crackdown on Occupy Oakland ...
Occupy Oakland: Second Iraq war veteran hurt, recovering
Iraq war veteran injured in US protests
Iraq war vet critically injured in hit and run
John, a 29-year old Iraq war veteran, was riding his motorcycle near Gaylord, MN when he collided with a vehicle at the intersection of Highway 5 and Highway 19. The incident left John lying in the middle of the road while the other vehicle sped off. ...
With the Troops: Bragg command organizing exit from Iraq
While US soldiers in Iraq are preparing to head home, their counterparts in Kuwait don't plan to leave the desert anytime soon. Months after the last troops are out of Baghdad, those who fall under the 1st Theater Sustainment Command will still be in ...
Iraqi PM: Nation still faces threats
BAGHDAD (AP) – Iraq's prime minister is urging his security forces to step up their vigilance against violence, saying the country "remains in the circle of danger." By Karim Kadim, AP Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says continued threats show that ...
Maliki carries "semi-insoluble dossiers" to Washington - MP
The Prime Minister and the Sunnis
Iraqi PM says nation still in danger, urges vigilance against violence