While media scrutiny has focused attention on November polls for the next U.S. president, the war over the future of Iraq continues to consume lives and money.
There’s good news and bad news about the war in Iraq as it reaches a critical turning point with the end of the so-called military surge that brought an additional 30,000 troops to Iraq 18 months ago, and as the war becomes a key issue in the U.S. presidential campaign.
WASHINGTON — It was too much to expect that Karl Rove — the architect of President Bush’s presidential victories — would depart the White House with grace and style.
After more than four years of reporting from one of the world’s most dangerous war zones, Larry Kaplow isn’t sure he wants to claim the distinction as the senior American journalist in Iraq.
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s politicians are trying to figure out how to share the country’s oil wealth, estimated to be the second or third largest petroleum cache in the world.
WASHINGTON — Sometimes you wonder what planet Vice President Dick Cheney is living on.
WASHINGTON — Former Secretary of State James Baker is riding to the rescue of President Bush. So what else is new?
We already knew that George W. Bush was losing the war in Iraq, but a New York Times article reveals that he may also be losing the war on drugs. In his bloodlust to avenge Saddam’s attempt to kill Poppy, Bush invaded Iraq and left the Afghan poppy fields in […]