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Iraq War (2003-2011)

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  • Film Review: 'Korengal'

    With its unblinking focus on young American soldiers sent to fight a seemingly inexhaustible enemy on its home turf, Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's "Restrepo" was one of the more gripping war documentaries to emerge in recent years, and one of...
  • Gansler unveils plan for veterans, criticizes Brown

    Gansler unveils plan for veterans, criticizes Brown
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler unveiled a plan Wednesday to improve state services for veterans while taking a swipe at rival Anthony G. Brown over the O'Malley administration's management of the state Department of Veterans...
  • Kathryn Bigelow to direct Tom Hardy in post-9/11 drama 'True American'

    Kathryn Bigelow to direct Tom Hardy in post-9/11 drama 'True American'
    Oscar-winning filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow will direct Tom Hardy in the post-9/11 drama "The True American," which will be produced by Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures, the filmmakers announced Wednesday night. Based on the nonfiction book by New York...
  • Times staffers Horsey, Loomis among winners of RFK journalism awards

    Times staffers Horsey, Loomis among winners of RFK journalism awards
    Two Pulitzer Prize-winning staff members of the Los Angeles Times are among the 2014 recipients of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights journalism awards announced Thursday. David Horsey, an editorial cartoonist and columnist, was...
  • At Albuquerque meeting on police shootings, silence speaks volumes

    At Albuquerque meeting on police shootings, silence speaks volumes
    After months of protests against deadly police shootings, the Albuquerque City Council heard from outraged activists and a few police supporters Thursday night as it considered alternate ways to select the police chief. But it heard nothing but...
  • Obama's foreign policy: too timid, or just right?

    Many are surprised that President Obama's foreign policy seems to be most similar to that of an early 20th century isolationist. ("What Americans really want in a foreign policy," Opinion, May 3) Obama got much credit for his early opposition to the...
  • Tensions over Albuquerque police shootings intensify despite talks

    A day after a tense City Council meeting — in which six protesters were forcefully ejected from the council chambers and cited for criminal trespass — the parties warring over Albuquerque's troubled Police Department were asked by federal...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2013 Editorial Awards

    Winners of the L.A. Times' 2013 Editorial Awards
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2013, handed out in a ceremony Thursday night, honored both accountability journalism and what Editor Davan Maharaj called “the ever-growing types of journalism we produce in this Digital Age.” “This age...
  • New Naval Academy superintendent nominated

    New Naval Academy superintendent nominated
    President Barack Obama has nominated the head of the Naval War College to serve as the next superintendent of the Naval Academy, the Pentagon announced Friday. Rear Adm. Walter E. "Ted" Carter Jr., a 1981 graduate of the academy and a record-setting...
  • Abu Bakr Baghdadi's reach shows power of regional militant groups

     Abu Bakr Baghdadi's reach shows power of regional militant groups
    He is regarded as one of the most powerful militants in the world, a former Islamist preacher who evolved into a global jihad warrior now threatening to rewrite the map of the Middle East. Yet Abu Bakr Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State of Iraq and...
  • Leave no soldier behind: Plenty of precedent for prisoner exchange

    Leave no soldier behind: Plenty of precedent for prisoner exchange
    "The United States has always had a pretty sacred rule," President Barack Obama said in response to those who criticized his decision to exchange five Guantanamo detainees for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. "We don't leave our men or women in uniform behind....