August 31, 2011 The bipartisan Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan says most of the losses could have been avoided.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell during his appearance Sunday on CBS News' Face the Nation.
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August 29, 2011 The former secretary of state is no fan of what's in the former vice president's new memoir, which has critical things to say about others who served under President George W. Bush.
February 15, 2011 The Iraqi defector who provided information that the U.S. and its allies relied on tells The Guardian that his aim was to bring down Saddam Hussein. And he's comfortable with what he did.
Former defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld, during an interview with ABC News.
February 8, 2011 The former defense secretary says he offered to resign, and should have done so, after photos emerged of the abuses done to Iraqi prisoners by U.S. personnel at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad.
February 3, 2011 The former defense secretary tells his side of events. And he says that President George W. Bush ordered a review of plans for war with Iraq two weeks after the 9/11 attacks.
November 19, 2010 The Bush presidential library is considering whether to display the famous Mission Accomplished sign that was a backdrop to the former president's speech on the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier when he declared major combat over in Iraq.
April 7, 2008 American losses in Iraq now total more than 4,000, and the process of bringing them home so that their remains can be laid to rest involves a diverse cast of characters. There's the fellow soldier who carries the bodies off the battlefield on a st...
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October 18, 2007 On today's show, Iraq veterans talk about coming home, the Motley Fool, and The Del McCoury Band.
September 19, 2007 Earlier this week, the Iraqi government announced that it intends to expel Blackwater USA, a private security firm, based in eastern North Carolina, from Iraq. On Sunday,
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September 13, 2007 Most polls say the same thing: overwhelming disapproval with the war in Iraq. But there aren't that many bodies in the Town Square, and anti-war activism seems oddly diffuse. Y
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September 13, 2007 Well, if you blinked, you missed him. Neal Conan is away again, but filling in today is the familiar voice of NPR Congressional Reporter Andrea Seabrook. And here's what's shaping up for today:
September 11, 2007 By now, the name Abu Ghraib carries with it a whole host of ugly associated words... torture, abuse, brutalized detainees, and worse. But what about the folks there who were doing good work? The facility there is the
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