Mixed Messages on U.S. Troops in Iraq, The Response In Baghdad, New Weinstein Charges Are American troops really leaving Iraq? Iraqi lawmakers voted to kick them out following the U.S. airstrike that killed an Iranian general and an Iraqi commander, but the Pentagon says there's no plans for a troop withdrawal yet. What's the response today on the ground in Baghdad? Also, as the second day of Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial begins in New York, he's facing new charges of sexual assault in Los Angeles.
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Mixed Messages on U.S. Troops in Iraq, The Response In Baghdad, New Weinstein Charges

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Mixed Messages on U.S. Troops in Iraq, The Response In Baghdad, New Weinstein Charges

Mixed Messages on U.S. Troops in Iraq, The Response In Baghdad, New Weinstein Charges

Mixed Messages on U.S. Troops in Iraq, The Response In Baghdad, New Weinstein Charges

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Are American troops really leaving Iraq? Iraqi lawmakers voted to kick them out following the U.S. airstrike that killed an Iranian general and an Iraqi commander, but the Pentagon says there's no plans for a troop withdrawal yet. What's the response today on the ground in Baghdad? Also, as the second day of Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial begins in New York, he's facing new charges of sexual assault in Los Angeles.