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.
Spc. Brian Hunsuck is the boy next door on the front lines: He lost a friend, nearly lost a leg, and still acts like Beaver Cleaver.
A soldier, a reconstruction expert, and a peace activist tell of how Iraq has changed – and what more needs to be done.
It is hard to imagine a better portrait of 9/11 and its causes.
Most of Iraq's internally displaced people are unable to return to their houses. The lack of basic services and an inability to rebuild their war-damaged homes keeps them away.
The bombing is the third major attack in recent days, prompting fears of a spike in violence.
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.
As violence falls in Baghdad, Al Qaeda in Iraq is taking its fight to desert outposts and rural villages.