An Iraqi government spokesman's opening line was meant comically, but rang true. The country's military leaders and officials are increasingly emphasizing Iraqi independence.
The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear their appeal. Their lawyers had argued they couldn't receive a fair trial in Miami.
Historian Simon Schama offers a portrait of America with its complexities and contradictions.
Only a tiny minority are drawn to violent groups, but these economic and political times may raise the potential for such connections.
The deal would be part of a reconciliation effort between Iraq's government and extremist Shiite groups.
The Chinese Muslims, deemed no threat to the US, were released for resettlement and arrived Thursday.
But only 200 officers in the south have been trained so far in a US-led program to stem trafficking in and out of Pakistan.
Gen. Ray Odierno shaved the comedian's head – under orders from President Obama – during one of four shows of the Colbert Report taped on location in Baghdad.
The president visits the city that bore some of World War II’s heaviest damage, as well as the death camp.
A new tone can defuse 'residual anger' among Muslims over the Iraq war, but it's likely to hit its limits in dealing with Iran.