al-Qaida in Iraq
The latest news on al-Qaida in Iraq
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.
The bounty for a most wanted terrorist is reduced from $5 million to $100,000.
New report shows al Qaeda supporters concerned about Iran and civilian killings.
President Bush will be at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington this afternoon to personally welcome Pope Benedict XVI on his papal visit to the United States.
Gen. David Petraeus brought along some visual aids to bolster his congressional testimony on the situation in Iraq.
Experts warn that jihadist fighters could carry their fight to other nations.
Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno, the former No. 2 commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, this morning told Pentagon reporters that while Iraq must have a relationship with Iran, "the issue I have" is making sure that that relationship is "helpful." To that end, he said, "we have to keep the pressure on."