Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Syrian refugees are seen outside their makeshift tents at an agricultural field where they set camp in Saadnayel in the Lebanese Bekaa valley on December 12, 2012.
"These are families who put their trust in the United States at their most desperate hour."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"President Trump's saber-rattling about Iran has reached a dangerous new low...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
National security advisor John Bolton listens to President Donald Trump talk to reporters during a cabinet meeting at the White House in Washington on Feb. 12.
Development comes as EU calls for "maximum restraint."


After seven years and 2.6 million words, the U.K's blistering Chilcot Report lays the blame for the bloody debacle of the Iraq War where it belongs - on the deceitful, arrogant, morally bankrupt heads of Blair and Bush. As pols and pundits dissect the report's implications, it's illuminating, if infuriating, to revisit the shameless lies of the warmongers, and then hear from only their too-plentiful victims the ungodly truth of what they wrought.