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Iraq

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  • Lockheed reels in foreign military sales to Saudi Arabia, Iraq

    Lockheed reels in foreign military sales to Saudi Arabia, Iraq
    Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Orlando operations have received two U.S.-sponsored foreign military deals worth a total of almost $50 million to provide weapons systems and support to Iraq and Saudi Arabia, according to Department of Defense figures. Orlando-...
  • Phil Donahue: Congress, clean up your war

    Eleven years have passed since the United States invaded Iraq in an unprovoked, unnecessary, unconstitutional action that violated international law. Not long after the March 2003 military blunder began, journalist Tim Russert asked then-Sen. John Kerry,...
  • 3 hikers publish memoir of their time in Iranian prison

    OAKLAND, Calif. Stuck for 26 months in a grim Iranian prison, Shane Bauer often let his mind drift to the shores of Oakland's Lake Merritt. He would daydream of jogging around the bustling urban lake on a sunny day. And when he and cellmate Josh Fattal...
  • Lodi man arrested in terrorism case

    Lodi man arrested in terrorism case
    He was a 20-year-old community college student, a single father to an infant daughter and a failed National Guardsman living in a trailer park outside Lodi, Calif. Online, Nicholas Teausant took on a different persona, authorities allege. On Instagram,...
  • Americans in territories have earned the right to pick president

    If Americans in U.S. territories are good enough to serve in times of war, they deserve the right to vote for their commander in chief. On Tuesday, President Obama will award the Medal of Honor (posthumously) to four soldiers from Puerto Rico and others...
  • Federal complaint details California man's arrest on terrorist charge

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. A six-month undercover FBI operation led to the arrest early Monday of a 20-year-old San Joaquin County, Calif., man who authorities allege talked of launching a civil war that would topple the U.S. government. Nicholas Michael...
  • Lebanon braces for more violence as anti-Assad rebels flee key Syrian town

    BEIRUT The collapse of a rebel bastion inside Syria showed its effects inside Lebanon on Monday as rival communities rocketed one another, snipers opened fire along a critical highway near the Syrian border and at least two car bombs targeted Shiite...
  • Hitler analogy overstates situation in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON -- In American domestic politics, messing with Social Security is known as "the third rail," referring to the power source for trains that is fatal to the touch. In foreign policy discussions, invoking the name of Adolf Hitler promises the same...
  • In Syrian province, Islamist militant group flexing its muscle

    When the women's militia of an Al Qaeda splinter group recently raided a high school in the northern Syrian city of Raqqah, it found a range of violations of its strict interpretation of Islam. Ten young women were deemed guilty of donning a face veil...
  • Maryland Air Guard losing attack aircraft, regaining cargo planes

    Maryland Air Guard losing attack aircraft, regaining cargo planes
    The Maryland Air National Guard is set to lose its attack aircraft but should be getting its airlift capability back, officials said Tuesday. The Air Force is planning to give the state eight C-130J Super Hercules turboprops, the cargo planes that...
  • Poll: Even in GOP, little appetite for military involvement in Ukraine

    Poll: Even in GOP, little appetite for military involvement in Ukraine
    WASHINGTON -- The rallying cry at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference here last week was that President Obama had failed to show strength on foreign policy, but a new CNN poll found that even among Republicans, few support U.S. military...