Fort Hood shooter was Iraq vet being treated for mental health issues
(CNN) -- Spc. Ivan Lopez's friendly smile apparently gave no hint of a history of depression, anxiety and other psychiatric disorders. The Iraq war veteran was being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder before he opened fire at the Fort Hood ...
Fort Hood Gunman Did Not See Combat in Iraq Tour, Officials Say
WashPost/Kaiser: Many Iraq and Afghanistan veterans bring home the burdens ...
Iraq Veteran at Fort Hood Kills 3 and Himself in Rampage
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 ...
Fort Hood Shooting Victims Include Iraq, Afghanistan Combat Veterans
The victims of the shooting at Fort Hood Army base in Kileen, Texas, included three decorated soldiers who had served deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait, authorities said today. The three soldiers were killed Wednesday when Spc. Ivan Lopez ...
3 soldiers killed in Fort Hood shooting attack had years of service, deployed ...
Memorial ceremony set to read names of Iraq and Afghanistan war dead at ...
A small-town boy, he had left his parents home in central Maine, joined the Air Force, and on Oct. 10, 2001, became the first military person reported killed in the post 9/11 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. A child looks at a polar bear during the ...
17 people killed in fresh wave of violence in Iraq
An army captain and his son were killed in a bomb attack on the doorstep of the officer's home in the city of Baiji in northern Iraq, while bombings in the capital and in northern provinces killed six others. In Tikrit, 140 kilometers (87 miles ...
17 dead in Iraq violence as elections loom
Iraq Attacks Kill Nine As Election Looms
Iraq suicide bomb kills six; UN warns of 'divisive' polls
Wall Street Journal (blog)
A Look at Some Early (And Oblique) Political Ads, Ahead of Iraq's Elections
Wall Street Journal (blog)
BAGHDAD —Iraq's parliamentary election campaign officially has just begun, but some ambitious candidates have been campaigning unofficially for weeks. Here in the capital, as in the oil town of Basra to the south, parliamentary hopefuls and political ...
Iraqi Elections, Iranian Interests
Iraq agrees to foreign monitors for parliamentary polls
Iraq agrees to foreign monitors for parliamentary elections
Obama's Changing Moral Compass on Iraq
In his speech in Brussels on March 26, President Barack Obama refuted Vladimir Putin's assertions regarding the wrongs of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Rhetoric aside, the Russian president has no moral standing for the invasion and annexation of Crimea.
Toll of US invasion haunts Iraq
The False Iraq-Crimea Analogy
Bush Jr started war in Iraq to revenge Saddam Hussein for attempting to ...
Army Says Alleged Shooter Saw No Combat in Iraq
The Army's top civilian official says the soldier accused in the Fort Hood shooting this week was deployed for the final months of the Iraq war but did not see combat. Three people died and 16 were wounded before the shooter committed suicide.
Fort Hood Gunman Was Iraq War Vet Being Treated For Mental Illness (VIDEO ...
Lopez never saw combat during a deployment to Iraq and had shown no apparent risk of violence before the shooting, officials said. The 34-year-old truck driver from Puerto Rico seemed to have a clean record that showed no ties to extremist groups. But ...
Iraq Christians say homes seized as unrest spikes
Baghdad (AFP) - As Iraq suffers its worst violence in years, gangs claiming ties to powerful militias have been commandeering empty homes in Baghdad with little official sanction, victims and rights groups say. Militia leaders have disavowed the ...