The Daily Star
GSU grad killed in Iraq embraced adventure
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Facebook Stephen Everhart, an economist who earned his master's and doctoral degrees at Georgia State University in Atlanta, was killed by a roadside bomb Thursday, June 23, 2011 in Iraq. But according to friend and fellow Georgia ...
Roadside Bomb Kills GSU Graduate In Iraq
US general: Security situation in Iraq 'remains complex'
US contractors face dangers in Iraq; 1 killed in bombing
U.S. has lost its way in Iraq and Afghanistan
11, 2001, we have spent hundreds of billions of dollars on the Iraq war. Forty-five hundred members of our armed forces have sacrificed their lives. Nearly 32000 American troops have been wounded on the battlefield of Iraq. ...
Permanent Iraq and Afghanistan Occupations Planned
Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya: Wars of choice, but who's doing the choosing?
Gates Overcomes Obstacles in Iraq, Afghanistan
Ex-KBR firefighter denies raping woman in Iraq
AP HOUSTON – An ex-KBR firefighter told jurors on Thursday he had consensual sex with a Texas woman who says she was drugged and sexually assaulted in Iraq at the hands of co-workers. Jamie Leigh Jones, 26, is one of several women who worked for KBR ...
Wisconsin National Guard's 32nd infantry brigade back to training together
Multiple deployments to Iraq kept the drills on hold. Now the soldiers are reviewing strategy for some battlefield situations. We caught up with a group of local soldiers from the First Battalion 128th and talked to them about the significance of this ...
Returning Troops From Iraq And Afghanistan Face Challenges
Jeremy Williams, a behavioral health program coordinator with the Mental Health America of Greater Houston (MHA Houston), advocates for the rights of military servicemen and women who are now returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. ...
US Senate investigates claim CIA tried to smear UM professor
Detroit Free Press
Juan Cole, who blogs on issues tied to the Middle East, criticized how the Bush White House handled the Iraq war. BY NIRAJ WARIKOO The Senate Intelligence Committee is reviewing whether the CIA and the Bush White House may have tried to smear Juan Cole ...
U.S. Senate committee investigating possible CIA probe of Michigan professor
Hacker Promises to Leak Personal Details of Tony Blair, MPs
A member of hacker group TeaMp0isoN (Team Poison) leaked personal information of UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, plus the phone numbers and addresses of dozens of members of the government who allegedly supported the war on Iraq, ...
Hackers leak Former British PM Tony Blair data
Tony Blair's personal details 'hacked'
France to build high-speed rail line in Iraq
French engineering giant Alstom has signed a preliminary deal to build a high-speed rail line linking Basra and Baghdad in Iraq. An Alstom spokesman confirmed to the BBC it had signed a "memorandum of understanding" with Iraqi officials as a first step ...
Alstom in deal to build high-speed rail in Iraq
Alstom tapped for Iraq HSR talks
Wall Street Recruits Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans as Financial Jobs Decline
A General Electric Co. representative speaks with a job seeker at the Hiring Our Heroes veterans employment fair in Chicago on March 24, 2011. Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg “We're looking for the ...
Goldman Sachs, Citi, Recruit Iraq and Afghanistan Vets
Wall Street Recruits U.S. War Veterans as Financial Jobs Decline
Wall Street Enlists Military Veterans at New York Job Fair
Veteran of Iraq War Now Fights His Own Deportation
New York Times
MIAMI — A veteran of both the Army and the Navy who served with distinction in Iraq and at Guantánamo Bay has spent the last month in federal lockup here because the government wants to deport him. Not only did he lie on a passport ...
Military vet faces prospect of 10 years in prison for passport fraud
Guantánamo Navy photographer in Miami lock-up
Decorated Iraq War Victim Elisha Dawkins Sits in Miami Jail for Lying on ...