War effort requires farmers, engineers, lawyers to share expertise.
As the US speeds the transfer of detainees in its custody, many appear headed into a notoriously violent system. Inmates at Abu Ghraib rioted Thursday and Friday.
No other secretary of State has so focused on women's rights. It's a powerful shift.
The attack killed at least 19 people Thursday, two days after another bomb left three US soldiers dead. Insurgents may be moving north as coalition forces push them out elsewhere.
The remarkable story of the US Army Special Forces who slipped into Afghanistan on horseback and fought the war’s most successful campaign
A plucky professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks arranged an embed with the US military for three aspiring journalists, who returned home safely this week.
Foes of the Venezuelan president, who is on a world tour, are expected to congregate today around the world to protest his policies.