New York Times
Iraqi PM orders troops to make stand in Samarra; US sends aircraft carrier
Irbil, Iraq (CNN) -- Iraq's leader directed his troops to make their stand against advancing Sunni militants in a flashpoint city home to a revered Shiite mosque, an order that highlights the sectarian fighting tearing the country apart. Prime Minister ...
Iraq Rebels Stall North of Baghdad as Residents Brace for a Siege
The view from Kurdistan: Divide Iraq in order to save it
US Relocates Carrier as Iraq Sectarian Battle Lines Harden
US moving aircraft carrier closer to Iraq
As insurgents took more territory in Iraq on Saturday, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel ordered an aircraft carrier into the Persian Gulf as the U.S. weighs options for responding to the situation. The aircraft carrier USS George H. W. Bush will move ...
US aircraft carrier repositioned in case needed in Iraq
US Aircraft Carrier Ordered to Persian Gulf in Wake of Iraq Unrest
Pentagon orders aircraft carrier to Gulf to add Iraq military option
Bush's toxic legacy in Iraq
(CNN) -- ISIS, the brutal insurgent/terrorist group formerly known as al Qaeda in Iraq, has seized much of western and northern Iraq and even threatens towns not far from Baghdad. From where did ISIS spring? One of George W. Bush's most toxic legacies ...
The Iraq Mess: Place Blame Where It Is Deserved
Iraq War Quotes: Failed American Legacy Leaves Trail of Verbal Blunders
Misguided US invasion spawned crisis in Iraq: analysts
US seeing signs Iran engaged in Iraq strife, official says
The defense official told Fox News the United States had been watching the swift gains made by the Sunni group known as Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) for months, adding "this didn't just happen." "This is bad," the official said, adding ...
Iranian President: We Will Help Iraq if Washington Joins Fight
Iran sends troops into Iraq to aid fight against Isis militants
Iran says envisages Iraq role with US if Washington tackles regional militants
ISIS, with gains in Iraq, closes in on founder Zarqawi's violent vision
On the eve of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, a 36-year-old Jordanian who called himself “the Stranger” slipped into the suburbs of Baghdad armed with a few weapons, bags of cash and an audacious plan for starting a war he hoped would unite Sunni ...
Iraq insurgency leader: 'I'll see you in New York'
Iraq crisis: the bare faced ISIS executioner who spreads terror with his open ...
Unmasked: The public face of the ISIS terror army threatening to destroy Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Rekindled Iraq Conflict Stirs US Veterans
Wall Street Journal
When an al Qaeda offshoot earlier this week routed Iraqi army troops, took Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul, and kicked off an insurgent drive, it took U.S. and Iraqi leaders by surprise. But it wasn't a surprise to some of the U.S. troops who served ...
Iraq War vets angry, distraught as insurgents gain ground
US vets watch in frustration as insurgents undo sacrifices in Iraq
Iraq Violence Opens Up Old Wounds for Vets
Oil thirst rising as Iraq unrest boosts prices
As Iraq's mounting unrest pushes crude oil prices to their highest levels this year, a report Friday predicts that global oil demand will increase, but Iraq's supplies may not be at "immediate" risk. "Concerning as the latest events in Iraq may be ...
Fears About Iraq Continue to Push Up Oil Prices
As Iraq fighting rages, gas prices climb
Iraq's oil industry faces setback to revival
New Yorker (blog)
Obama to Iraq: Your Problem Now
New Yorker (blog)
When Andrea Mitchell, of NBC, asked Senator John McCain, who had been railing against the Obama Administration's decision to withdraw troops in Iraq, whether Maliki could really be persuaded to change his ways, McCain replied, “He has to, or he has to ...
Obama: The US Won't Send Troops Back Into Combat In Iraq
Obama says no combat troops to Iraq; US weighs airstrikes
Who's to blame for Iraq crisis
(CNN) -- Observers around the world are stunned by the speed and scope of this week's assaults on every major city in the upper Tigris River Valley -- including Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city -- by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS. But ...
Tony Blair rejects 'bizarre' claims that invasion of Iraq caused the crisis
Tony Blair has strongly rejected claims that the 2003 US-UK invasion of Iraq was to blame for the current crisis gripping the country, pointing the finger instead firmly at the Maliki government and the war in Syria. In a passionate essay published on ...
Blair: Don't blame me for meltdown in Iraq: Astonishing 'essay' by ex-PM: he ...
Tony Blair Iraq essay full text: We have to liberate ourselves from the notion ...
Blair denies Iraq violence result of 2003 invasion