Iraq

Julia Conley, staff writer
"As the winds of war are blowing in our world," Pope makes appeal for an end to conflicts that impact the world's children
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
An Iraqi woman cries as she arrives safely with her family to an Iraqi Army position after fleeing the Islamic State controlled Old City of west Mosul where heavy fighting continues on June 23, 2017.  (Photo: Martyn Aim/Getty Images)
New investigation sheds further light on the brutally high cost to civilians of...
Julia Conley, staff writer
In "the least transparent war in recent American history," monitoring groups...

Further

Amidst the saber-rattling on Iraq, a fine, furious, gut-wrenching rant from a former Naval intelligence officer who was there from the start on the mindless claim by a draft-dodging Mitt Romney and all the other "simpering capering madmen" and "cowardly connected wealthy weasels" that "tragically, all we've fought for...is on the cusp of vanishing." Tell us, rages Jim Wright, what "we" fought for, and what it would cost to, insanely, do it again.