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  • Insurgents exploit Iraq's power vacuum, US withdrawal

    In the deadliest violence since the US formally ended its combat role in Iraq, 37 people were killed on Sunday in Baghdad and Fallujah.
    09/20/2010 12:26 pm

  • US troops still forced to bolster Iraqi forces in battle

    Far from merely 'advising and assisting' Iraqi forces, as the Obama administration has described their new role, US troops are still needed to battle insurgents, as evidenced in three recent incidents in different parts of Iraq.
    09/19/2010 12:15 pm

  • US in Iraq: What's been left behind

    After seven years of war, Iraqis are freer but feel embittered by the loss of life and halting progress in turning on the lights.
    08/16/2010 01:04 pm

  • Sunni Awakening resolute in face of Iraq bombing

    A suicide bomber on Sunday killed at least 43 in an attack on members of the Sunni Awakening, which helped turned the tide against Al Qaeda in Iraq. Iraqis are concerned Al Qaeda could regain ground as the US pulls out its combat troops next month.
    07/19/2010 02:33 pm

  • Iraq election: Purple fingers, but hard work ahead

    Despite attacks, triumphant moments unfolded across the country as Iraqis dipped their fingers in purple ink and cast ballots in the Iraq election. Results and voter turnout are not expected for at least another day.
    03/07/2010 05:50 pm

  • Iraq election: Security forces vote early, smiling and proud

    Though several more bombs underscored the persistent insurgent threat to the Iraq election, the attitude among security forces – many of whom couldn't safely wear their uniform in public three years ago – was light-hearted.
    03/05/2010 05:59 pm

  • As Iraq election election begins, Sunnis decry signs of possible fraud

    Iraqi election officials are scrambling to address the complaints of security officials in the mostly Sunni Anbar province, who said that the names of thousands of police and military personnel were missing from polling stations or were registered at voting sites up to 250 miles away.
    03/04/2010 12:15 pm

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

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