Gen. Raymond Odierno outlines the challenges facing US forces as they continue to tamp down violence while working toward a June deadline to withdraw from Iraqi cities.
At the G-20 summit, the US, Japan, and South Korea are attempting to win backing for a Security Council resolution against North Korea.
A federal judge applies the same principles as the Supreme Court ordered at Guantánamo, which presents a challenge to the Obama administration.
Combat outposts – some 75 small bases credited with playing a crucial role in turning the tide of the war – are being shut down.
American forces will seek to disprove the perception that they are more heavy-handed than the British.
The lies one man told himself about the Vietnam War.
The secretary of state's humility in reaching out to Mexico is part of Obama's plan to change sinking world opinion of the US.
The strategy must focus less on elections and more on political bargains that promote a new Iraqi national compact.
The top commander of ground forces in Iraq says that US troops may stay longer than the June deadline in Baquba and Mosul.
The Iraq-style troop surge is one part of a plan that hopes to bring stability through civilian know-how and a fresh Pakistan policy.