Brain Injuries Are Seen in New Scans of Veterans
New York Times
Using a highly sensitive type of magnetic resonance imaging, researchers studied 63 servicemen wounded by explosions in Iraq or Afghanistan and found evidence of brain injuries in some that were too subtle to be detected by standard scans. ...
Hi-Tech Scan Detects Soldiers' Head Injuries
Brain scan shows mark of bomb blasts, study finds
Blast-related injuries detected in the brains of US military personnel
Fingerprints in terror case unchecked for months
The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — While an Iraqi refugee spent two years in the US plotting to help al-Qaida attack American soldiers in Iraq, court documents say, federal authorities unknowingly had evidence that already linked him a roadside bomb in his ...
Local Muslim speaks out about 2 Iraqi's indicted on terrorism charges
Feds had Evidence Linking Alwan to Iraq Roadside Bombing
Terror Suspects Arrested In Bowling Green
Iraq May Oil Exports Hit 2.225MB/D; Highest Since 2003
Wall Street Journal
Iraq's oil exports increased further in May as the sector's recovery continued apace, putting it on course for the biggest monthly volume since the 2003 US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein's regime, ...
Iraq's Oil Export Revenue in May Increases to Most This Year
Iraq's Oil Exports Reach Highest Level Since 2003 Invasion (BP)
CNPC gets 1st payment for Iraq oilfield
Medal of Honor: Ranger who grabbed grenade in Afghanistan to receive award
Christian Science Monitor
Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry, a father of four, will be the second living veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to receive the award. President Obama stands alongside a member of the US military holding a Medal of Honor ...
Army sergeant to get Medal of Honor for Afghanistan heroics
Army Ranger to receive Medal of Honor for Afghan battle
Wounded Soldier to Receive Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Bravery
Iraq Says Signed Contract With Kogas to Develop Akkas Field
Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg Iraq signed an agreement with Korea Gas Corp. (036460) to begin developing the Akkas natural-gas field, an Oil Ministry official said, ending seven months of delays in progress at one of the country's biggest ...
Gas deals advance
Iraq signs initial deal with S. Korea's KOGAS to develop Akkas gas field ...
Iraq signs initial deal to develop Akkas gas field
Leave Iraq by year's end
Central Florida Future
The current agreement between the United States and Iraq calls for the withdrawal of all US forces by the end of this year. In a recent news conference, however, Maliki said he is willing to reconsider this position and consider the possibility of ...
Iraq: Wedding attack kills 3 south of Baghdad
Iraq to increase daily oil supply to Jordan, says PM
Iraq PM calls for reforms in Syria
Home from Iraq, soldier thwarts Sarasota bank robbery
SARASOTA COUNTY - When Army Staff Sgt. Eddie Peoples returned to Sarasota this week on leave, he never expected to find himself using the combat skills he'd honed during four years in Iraq. Matthew Richard Rogers has been charged with ...
Hundreds of Virginia Guard members leave for Iraq
Hundreds of Virginia National Guard members said goodbye to their families today as they embarked on a historic deployment to Iraq. About 825 soldiers from across Virginia are part of the Virginia National Guard's largest deployment ...
Va. National Guard says farewell, for now
National Guard Soldiers Leave for Iraq Deployment
Christiansburg National Guard soldiers deployed to Iraq
Iraq: still as dangerous as ever
A new report by a media watchdog places Iraq first on the "Getting Away With Murder" index - again. Iraqi police inspect the site of one of three bomb attack in the northern oil-rich city of Kirkuk on May 19, 2011, which killed at least 27 people and ...
Iraq has most unsolved murders of journalists: watchdog
CPJ: Impunity Plagues Cases of Journalists in Kurdistan and Iraq
Report lists countries where murders of journalists go unsolved
US Lagging on 'Key Milestones' in Iraq Transition Plan
The US is failing to meet “key milestones” leading up to the planned handover of responsibilities in Iraq from the US military to the State Department on Oct. 1, according to a report being issued ...
U.S. Lagging on 'Key Milestones' in Iraq Transition Plan