Says deal is “madness” on anniversary of his exaggeration of Iraqi atomic threat
ISIS is the target, but U.S. pilots could also be at risk
The nuclear accord just announced demonstrates the limitations of American power in the Middle East
ISIS has had victories and defeats and it has been bombed relentlessly but it does not appear to be any weaker
The Scottish politician was a guest on The Daily Show
The U.S. decision 12 years ago has provided the enemy with some of its best commanders and fighters
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri remained a wanted fugitive since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq
Clashes between ISIS and progovernment forces have reportedly reduced the despot's mausoleum to rubble
Tehran helps Baghdad try to retake Tikrit as U.S. watches
A force of 30,000 Iraqis launched a large-scale offensive on March 2 to push ISIS out of Tikrit, Saddam Hussein’s hometown 80 miles (130 km) northwest of...
The movement towards the city has been slowed by roadside bombs
Netanyahu Overshadows His Own Speech to Congress A partisan debate over the terms of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the U.S. threatens to...
The murder of a Jordanian pilot could lead to more action against ISIS
The region's supplies of crude have their downside
The terror group has its sights set on the world's biggest oil reserves
The firebrand leader's move comes before national elections set for April
TIME International Editor Bobby Ghosh talks about witnessing a dangerous misstep at Saddam's Presidentail Palace and how it foreshadowed things to come.
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
The U.S. invaded Iraq 10 years ago Tuesday. It was almost déjà war: the nation had done pretty much the same thing 12 years before, but the goal that time was...
The macabre shooting of a BritishIraqi family in the French Alps in September has now developed a further layer of intrigue Reports have emerged that one of the...