When Fallujah was more famous for a favored kebab joint than urban combat, Dan Murphy recalls, the Monitor's Chevy would turn toward the city like a meat-seeking missile whenever the team got within 60 miles.
The longest-serving Western correspondent in Baghdad tracks the lives of two Iraqi friends – from dinners under the moon and palms to the heartbreak of war.
A soldier, a reconstruction expert, and a peace activist tell of how Iraq has changed – and what more needs to be done.
Thousands of men and women from poverty-stricken Uganda risk their lives for $600 a month in Iraq.
Don’t ask, don’t tell? Pets are forbidden – but the rules are often overlooked in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Chilling on-the-ground accounts of war in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Baghdad's Johara Hotel, which was once a meeting place for foreign journalists and aid workers, is now filled to capacity with Iraqis who still can't go home.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates questioned a fallen marine's award for covering a grenade to save his comrades.