“Bri, why? Why Bri lie? Sigh. Were you Bri high?”
New accounts challenge the NBC Nightly News anchor’s account of his 2003 helicopter ride in Iraq.
What other historic moments might Brian Williams have misremembered?!?
A book recommendation from the Commander-in-Chief himself.
It is expected that Sir John Chilcot will announce tomorrow that the inquiry into the invasion of Iraq will not be published until after the election. But it’s already been six years.
What America’s most popular war movie says about our nation’s continued alienation from the front lines. Warning: Spoiler ahead.
“We’re not here to say it should be repealed today,” an administration official says.
“If we are going to send our young men and women into combat, and we are going to use force, then Congress needs to debate,” Rep. Barbara Lee said.
I found some old copies on my high school newspaper, the Tiger Adviser. Hundreds of years from now, historians will be able to look at these newspapers and understand what life was like for us in the ’00s.
The town of Lancaster, Calfiornia is making sure one local veteran has a proper place to call home.
Photo Op by kennardphillipps is one of more than 70 works featured in Catalyst: Contemporary Art And War, a new exhibition of conflict-inspired art, at IWM North, part of Imperial War Museums in Manchester.
Well, that’s embarrassing…
What is it good for? Absolutely nothin’. World Peace Day is September 21st.
You don’t see this kind of stuff on cable news all the time.
MSNBC was a very different place before the Iraq War.
While she was at the State Department — and out of politics for four years — Clinton’s party was moving to the left, and fast. “Now that she’s unshackled by the boundaries of her office, she’ll step up to the mic,” says Singer.
A few impressive projects, a few bombs, and a kick-ass movie by the guys who made The Matrix in the works. Hollywood’s quest to tell the truth about the Iraq War.
The war may have ended for the US, but in Iraq, civilian deaths have increased since 2011.
Ten years ago, the U.S. invaded Iraq. This is what our newspapers looked like then.
On March 19, 2003, U.S. soldiers invaded Iraq. How things have changed in 10 years.
“He is the Republican Cory Booker, of sorts.”
Barack Obama stole its mojo, and the once-dominant progressive group is looking for a second act. From a voice to a platform.
“In what turned out to be a referendum on the war in Iraq, Rick Santorum was defeated.”
Yay, it’s all over and no lasting repercussions could possibly arise! Right? RIGHT? Although the remaining 4,000 troops won’t come home until the end of the year, Thursday December 15th marks the official “end” of the war.
The transition from military life to college can be one of the more challenging things a young veteran faces.
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By designer Kamel Makhloufi. Each pixel represents a casualty. “U.S. soldiers blue, Iraqi troops green, enemies grey, and civilians orange.” (From, via.)
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The 391,832 reports (‘The Iraq War Logs’), document the war and occupation in Iraq, from 1st January 2004 to 31st December 2009 (except for the months of May 2004 and March 2009) as told by soldiers in the United States Army. They detail events as seen and heard by the US military troops on the ground in Iraq and are the first real glimpse into the secret history of the war that the United States government has been privy to throughout.