Afghanistan War

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
A 2019 coalition study found that U.S.-led forces in Iraq and Syria killed 1,302 people, but Amnesty International disputed that number as too low.
"The difficult work of credibly investigating the aftermath of operations is the responsibility of the governments who engage in lethal actions."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Afghan children look on as a U.S. soldier from the Provincial Reconstruction team (PRT) Steel Warriors patrols in the mountains of Nuristan Province on Dec. 19, 2009.
"This decision vindicates the rule of law and gives hope to the thousands of...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Rep. Ro Khanna
"The bottom line is that top military officials and civilian officials have...

Further

The empire staggers on. Obama sends more senseless troops to Iraq, revisionists proclaim the "courage" of those who trashed it, and W, accomplishing at least his mission of “replenishing the ol’ coffers,” is raking in millions with $175,000 speeches - including one to a homeless shelter - to people who seem to think he has something to say. David Jay really does. Lest we forget, his huge portraits of mangled veterans - "We need to see them because we created them" - are what Bush wrought.