Destination unknown: Will Kurds use oil to break free from Iraq?
The Kurdish population numbers 15% to 20% of Iraq, which has a population of 32,585,000, according to an estimate from the CIA World Factbook. There are also large Kurdish populations in the neighboring countries of Iran, Syria and Turkey, with varying ...
Syria and Iran Step Up Involvement in Iraq Conflict
Syrian aircraft bomb Sunni militant targets inside Iraq
Iraq insurgents seize oilfields, hit air base as US advisers arrive
'Flashpoint'? US officials concerned about Iran, Syria intervention in Iraq
Indications that Iran and Syria are providing military support to Iraq's Shiite government are raising red flags in the Obama administration, with top officials voicing concern that their involvement could create a "flashpoint" that only deepens ...
Kerry warns Mideast nations after Syria bombs Iraq
What's Really Happening In Iraq: A Radical Theory
US officials: Syria launched airstrikes in Iraq
Dick Cheney rebuts Bill Clinton on Iraq war
Dick Cheney on Wednesday dismissed criticism of the Iraq war from Bill Clinton, saying the former president also believed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. “Well, I usually haven't looked at Bill for advice. He doesn't call me very ...
Dick Cheney Says Iraq War Was 'the Right Thing'
Clinton Says Cheney Criticism of Obama on Iraq Was 'Unseemly'
Paul vs. Cheney highlights divide over US foreign policy in Iraq, larger ...
Syrian warplanes strike in Iraq, killing 57 civilians, official says
Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- Reports that Syrian warplanes carried out a cross-border attack on Iraqi towns this week is further evidence of the blurring between the two countries' borders as they face an offensive by Islamic extremists. At least 57 Iraqi ...
Dexter Filkins On ISIS And The 'Bitter Consequences' Of The Iraq War
The journalist who covered the war in Iraq, and its aftermath, details the militant Sunni Islamist group, the power it has in Iraq and Syria and how its war is destabilizing neighboring countries. Copyright © 2014 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only.
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 ...
Poll: More say Iraq war not worth it
Big majority in national poll: Iraq War 'wasn't worth it'
Most say Iraq war not worth the cost amid new turmoil
Official: Intelligence community warned about 'growing' ISIS threat in Iraq
The U.S. intelligence community warned about the "growing threat" from Sunni militants in Iraq since the beginning of the year, a senior intelligence official said Tuesday -- a claim that challenges assertions by top administration officials that they ...
Fox News Poll: Most expect combat troops to return to Iraq as Obama's foreign ...
ADVERTISEMENT. The poll also finds that although most voters think the terrorist insurgents will win if the U.S. doesn't help Iraq, a majority says it is more important to keep our troops out of Iraq than it is to stop the fighting. CLICK HERE TO READ ...
Obama's Disastrous Iraq Policy: An Autopsy
Vietnam and Iraq Now Inextricably Linked as US Geopolitical Disasters
HANSON: Revisionist history prevails on Iraq invasion
Unknown planes bomb ISIS positions in N. Iraq, Pentagon denies it's US
The radical Sunni Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has taken large parts of the north of the country from the Shia government, pushing Prime Minister Nouri Maliki to request support from the United States and neighboring Shia states.
Sunni militants reportedly take control of small oil fields, attack air base ...
Sunni militants in Iraq took control of several small oil fields and targeted one of the country's largest air bases Wednesday, while a suicide bomb blast rocked an outdoor market just south of the capital of Baghdad. The militants, led by the Islamic ...