The Daily Star
Iraq to Open Talks With US on Troop Presence Past 2011
New York Times
BAGHDAD — American officials said Wednesday that an announcement by the Iraqi government that it was ready to open formal discussions with the United States about keeping some troops in Iraq after the end of the year was a ...
Iraq's troop decision encouraging, US says
Iraq agrees to start talks on keeping some US forces
Iraq signals willingness to allow some US forces to stay
Rumsfeld Iraq 'torture' suit given go-ahead
A US judge has ruled that a former American military contractor who claims he was tortured in Iraq can sue former Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. The man's lawyers say he was abducted by the US military and abused at a US military detention centre ...
Judge allows American to sue Rumsfeld over torture
Deadly bombings in western Iraq
The bombs in Ramadi came amid a flurry of violence across Iraq. In Baghdad on Wednesday, a bomb killed a policeman at Al-Rusafa prison and a general was stabbed to death at his home, the Agence France-Presse news agency reported. ...
Twin bombs in western Iraq kill 7, wound 15
Blast Near Church in Kirkuk, Iraq Injures 13
NEWS ALERT: Car Bomb Rocks Iraq Church; 23 Injured
Lexington Herald Leader
Gov. Steve Beshear visits troops in Afghanistan
A day after making a surprise visit to Iraq, Gov. Steve Beshear flew to Afghanistan Wednesday to visit Kentucky troops stationed there. In a conference call with reporters, Beshear said he spent time in Kabul, Kandahar and Bagram Air Base, ...
Kentucky governor tours Iraq visiting troops from home state
Beshear Meets Kentucky Troops in Afghanistan
Beshear makes surprise visit to troops in Iraq, Kuwait
Washington National Guard unit training for battle
The Seattle Times
He's been with the same unit through 19 years and two deployments to Iraq. By ADAM ASHTON No comments have been posted to this article. Staff Sgt. Richard Macanas speaks with authority in his Washington National Guard company. ...
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
Federal judge: KBR Iraq false claim lawsuit can proceed
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
WASHINGTON, Aug 3 (Reuters) - A federal judge rejected on Wednesday military contractor KBR Inc's request to dismiss a US government lawsuit seeking to recover more than $100 million for alleged false claims over private security in Iraq. ...
Northrop to Provide Sense and Warn in Afghanistan and Iraq
Army Places $500M Order to Support State Department Mission in Iraq
Contractor KBR Can't Escape $100M False Claims Suit
Army vet claims U.S. tortured him in Iraq
A US citizen and Army veteran with a horrific tale of abuse in Iraq can keep pursuing his case against former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and others, a federal judge has ruled. Reader comments on Sacbee.com are the opinions of ...
Iraq, US to discuss extended stay for troops
Los Angeles Times
Baghdad's decision comes on the same day Adm. Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, visits Iraq and warns that the US needs to know whether a training mission will proceed. Adm. Michael G. Mullen, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, ...
Iraqi leaders agree to seek talks with US about military trainers
Iraq to Negotiate Possible US Troop Extension
US troops in Iraq will need immunity: US chief
Contractor in Iraq disputes inspector general's allegations of overbilling
The United Arab Emirates-based Anham LLC has issued a statement denying charges made Saturday by the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction that the contractor had marked up the cost of ...
Pentagon Suckered into Grossly Overpaying for Simple Parts
State to SIGIR: Take Your Oversight Questions and Shove Them
Violence, Killings on Rise in Iraq
Nevada gov. sees somber side of war in Afghanistan
Albany Times Union
Bill Haslam pose for a photo at Joint Base Balad, Iraq on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011. The governors are traveling throughout US Central Command to meet with servicemen from their states. (US Air Force, Senior Airman Jeffrey Schultze / AP) CARSON CITY, Nev. ...
Sandoval visits with Nevada guardsmen in Afghanistan
Governor Sandoval Visits Troops in Afghanistan