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Maj. Gen. John Kelly says Syria, once a conduit for terrorists to enter Iraq, has become a "sanctuary."
Visits to a water treatment facility always turn up cables siphoning electricity from generators.
Violence is down in Iraq, but voters are still asking questions about troop withdrawal.
U.S. combat troops will soon depart Camp Fallujah, which saw some of the conflict's bloodiest battles.
I asked the question of Cindy McCain and it's clear she was not insulting veterans.
U.S. general: Military should improve "the human condition," but manual omits democracy promotion.
The new head of U.S. Central Command praises the drop in violence in Iraq, but warns of "storm clouds."
A bill before President Bush would demand the GAO review the Pentagon program.
Interest rate reductions are praised, but the IMF warns the United States could slip into recession.
The resurgent Taliban is drawing more U.S. forces into the battle.