Syrian aircraft bomb Sunni militant targets inside Iraq
Syrian government aircraft bombed Sunni militant targets inside Iraq on Tuesday, further broadening the Middle Eastern crisis a day after Israeli warplanes and rockets struck targets inside Syria. Iraqi state media initially reported that the attacks ...
Iraq government claims gains in anti-militant fight
US military advisers begin work in Iraq
Obama's Disastrous Iraq Policy: An Autopsy
Not Worth It: Huge Majority Regret Iraq War, Exclusive Poll Shows
A divided nation finally agrees on something overwhelmingly: the war in Iraq was simply not worth fighting. Seventy-one percent of Americans now say that the war in Iraq “wasn't worth it,” a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg poll shows, with ...
President Obama reaches new low on Iraq
Poll Finds Dissatisfaction Over Iraq
Vast majority of Americans feel Iraq war wasn't worth it
Western-born jihadists rally to ISIS's fight in Iraq and Syria
(CNN) -- The extremist Sunni militants sweeping across Iraq may have a singular goal, but there's a broad coalition of recruits from outside of the Middle East willing to help them achieve it. The so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS ...
This Chart Shows How ISIS Might Threaten Places Beyond Iraq And Syria
Kerry urges Kurdish leaders to stick with Iraq as insurgent offensive continues
IRBIL, Iraq — Secretary of State John F. Kerry urged Kurdish leaders Tuesday to remain part of Iraq, as fighters from local Sunni tribes wrested control of at least part of Iraq's largest oil refinery after battling for days with government troops ...
A Challenging Job for US Special Forces in Iraq
U.S. teams of special forces going into Iraq after a three-year gap will face an aggressive insurgency, a splintering military and a precarious political situation as they help Iraqi security forces improve their ability to battle Sunni militants. The ...
John Kerry: US troop deployment to Iraq is not intervention
As fighting continued for control of Iraq's largest oil refinery at Baiji, Kerry flew to the Kurdish region on an emergency trip through the Middle East amid fears that Iraq faces disintegration under the onslaught by Islamist militants – the Islamic ...
Jihadists in UK deterred by Syria and Iraq war images, says Cressida Dick
The horrors of Syria and Iraq are helping shake Britain's Muslims and other communities out of the "complacency and passivity" that has allowed young Britons to be radicalised and has led to hundreds of jihadists travelling to the conflict, Britain's ...
Iraq crisis: British jihadi fighting for Isis in Syria was 'radicalised by ...
Isis video makes Iraq look like 'boy-scout camp'
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria aims to recruit Westerners with video
Clinton Says Cheney Criticism of Obama on Iraq Was 'Unseemly'
Former President Bill Clinton told NBC News on Tuesday that former Vice President Dick Cheney's recent remarks on Iraq amounted to “attacking the administration for not doing an adequate job of cleaning up the mess that he made.” Cheney, in an Op-Ed ...
Obama: Threat from Iraq Militants Could Grow
A questionable game of 'shut up' on Iraq
Paul vs. Cheney highlights divide over US foreign policy in Iraq, larger ...
Shiite villagers describe 'massacre' in northern Iraq
TAZA, Iraq — The villagers lowered 15 bodies into a mass grave here Monday. Two of the dead were young girls. The rest were men. All had been executed at point-blank range by al-Qaeda-inspired rebels and their allies, during what witnesses say was an ...
The skeptic's case for bombing Iraq
The Obama administration's decision to deploy 300 elite ground troops in Iraq really looks like a prelude to a possible US bombing campaign there. For those skeptical of a military intervention in Iraq, including myself, this might seem crazy: most of ...