Senate Repeals Measure That Approved Iraq Invasion, Returning War Powers to Congress
The Senate has voted to repeal the decades-old congressional measure that greenlighted the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The measure now goes to the House.
More Hardship as New Sandstorm Engulfs Parts of Middle East
A sandstorm blanketed parts of the Middle East on Monday, including Iraq, Syria and Iran, sending people to hospitals and disrupting flights in some places.
Iran Claims Missile Barrage Near US Consulate in Iraq
Iran has claimed responsibility for a missile barrage that struck near a sprawling U.S. consulate complex in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil, saying it was retaliation for an Israeli strike in Syria that killed two members of its Revolutionary Guard
Feds Accuse Pennsylvania Man of Torturing Employee in Iraq
Ross Roggio allegedly arranged for Kurdish soldiers to abduct the employee and detain the worker at a Kurdish military compound for approximately 39 days while suffering brutal interrogation
US General Says Current Level of 2,500 Troops to Remain in Iraq
The top U.S. commander for the Middle East says the U.S. will keep the current 2,500 troops in Iraq for the foreseeable future.