al-Qaida in Iraq
The latest news on al-Qaida in Iraq
Suicide bombers strike three hotels favored by Western journalists, killing at least 37 people.
How in heaven's name does the U.S. win a war of the imagination? By not fighting one, says Reza Aslan.
U.S. special units tap into cellphone networks to track terrorists.
Army can't rebuild Iraq, Afghanistan without help, say scholars Antonia Chayes and Dipali Mukhopadhyay.
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."