Do Iraq and Afghanistan veterans think the wars were worth fighting?
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are more likely than other Americans to say the wars were worth the costs, even as the newest generation of soldiers divides sharply along familiar partisan lines. The new data come from an extensive survey of Iraq and ...
Washington Post looks at lives of Iraq, Afghanistan veterans
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Suicide Bombing in Iraq Kills 5 Army Recruits
Sunni insurgents in Iraq frequently attack members of security forces in a bid to undermine the Shiite-led government in Baghdad. The attack came a day after the U.N. appealed for unity to help reduce sectarian violence ahead of Iraq's April 30 elections.
Reporter Opens Notebook On Iraq
Bombings around Iraq kill 8 ahead of elections
Iraq attacks kill 15 as UN warns of 'divisive' polls
March Was First Month Without US Fatalities in Iraq or Afghanistan In 11 Years
There were no American troop casualties in Afghanistan or Iraq in March, for the first time since February 2003, ending 133 straight months when at least one U.S. service member was killed. U.S. deaths in Iraq peaked in November 2004, and in ...
No U.S. troops died in Iraq or Afghanistan in March, the first fatality-free ...
First time in 11 years: No US deaths in Iraq, Afghanistan
Terrorism: The legacy of US war in Iraq
Orwell's words could not be truer than in Iraq today where the conscious intent to deceive continues to be the US policy, 11 years after its illegal "shock and awe" invasion. Assisted by a sectarian corrupt regime, the US-led occupation "democratised ...
Fort Hood Gunman Served a Tour in Iraq
The gunman in the Fort Hood shooting was an active-duty enlisted soldier who served at least one tour in Iraq, a military official told NBC News. Ivan A. Lopez, 34, served in the Army National Guard in Puerto Rico. He was assigned to a sustainment brigade.
Officials: 1 dead, 14 injured at Fort Hood
Officials: 4 dead, including gunman, at Fort Hood
Donald Rumsfeld Confronted About False Iraq And 9/11 Connection In New ...
"The Unknown Known," a new documentary by Errol Morris slated to be released on April 4, covers the life and career of former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld with a focus on the runup to the Iraq War. In this clip, first published on The Daily ...
"The Unknown Known" grills Donald Rumsfeld on Iraq war snow job
The Unknown Known: Errol Morris Can't Penetrate the Man Behind Iraq
Filmmaker Errol Morris Reveals the Horror of Rumsfeld's War Strategy
Iraq War amputee Chad Pfeifer invited to Tahoe celebrity golf tournament
When Chad Pfeifer lost his left leg during his deployment with the U.S. Army in Iraq, he thought his days as a competitor were done. Once a college baseball player, Pfeifer simply wasn't mobile enough anymore in his new prosthetic for baseball or ...
Wounded Iraq War veteran charged with soliciting unauthorized donations for ...
A 34-year-old Iraq War veteran from St. Charles County is accused by authorities of soliciting unauthorized donations of at least $6,200 for the Wounded Warrior organization but keeping the money himself. The man, William Ronald Harshbarger, 34, faces ...
St. Charles County Vet Accused of False Fundraising
Iraq vet charged with soliciting money for Wounded Warriors, keeping it
A wounded Iraq War veteran from St. Charles County is accused by authorities of soliciting unauthorized donations of at least $6,200 for the nonprofit Wounded Warrior organization but keeping the money himself. The man, William Ronald Harshbarger, 34, ...
Deadly war in cities at the heart of Iraq stand-off in Anbar
“God curse Daesh,” one junior officer swore, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, an Al Qaeda spin-off group leading the militants. Soldiers nearby said they could hear the militants taunting them through loudspeakers ...
Iraq's Al Qaida teams with Syrian forces to fight off rival Sunni rebel operation
No voting in Iraq's militant-held areas, says Anbar governor