al Qaeda in Iraq
The latest news on al Qaeda in Iraq
Imad Moustapha, Syria's ambassador in Washington, says a recent U.S. raid stifled a diplomatic opening.
Violence is down, yes, but a fragile Iraqi government faces major tests in the coming months.
Iraq may be turning a corner, but Osama bin Laden is still out there—and dangerous.
U.S. soldiers are discovering more and more "house-borne improvised explosive devices"
Violence has plummeted in the insurgency's birthplace, but the fragile gains could be reversed.
Maj. Gen. John Kelly says Syria, once a conduit for terrorists to enter Iraq, has become a "sanctuary."
In a new book, war correspondent Linda Robinson also assesses the performance of Gen. David Petraeus.
A New Rand Corp. study urges a "fundamental rethinking" of counterterrorism strategy.
Fears in Beirut that recent Shiite attacks may set the stage for revenge violence this summer.
The military says he's no longer as valuable.