Most of Iraq's internally displaced people are unable to return to their houses. The lack of basic services and an inability to rebuild their war-damaged homes keeps them away.
The bombing is the third major attack in recent days, prompting fears of a spike in violence.
At Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, he announced that all combat troops would depart by Aug. 31, 2010. Following are the president's prepared remarks.
Speaking from North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune, where thousands of Marines are preparing to deploy to Afghanistan, the president's message was clear: We have a new priority.
As violence falls in Baghdad, Al Qaeda in Iraq is taking its fight to desert outposts and rural villages.
The al-Hadba Party emerged from Saturday's vote as a serious challenge to the status quo in Iraq.
The Sunni insurgent group may strike back, but Iraq experts say it's unlikely they will ever achieve the level of power they once wielded.