The US war in Iraq has cost $1.7 trillion with an additional $490 billion in benefits owed to war veterans, expenses that could grow to more than $6 trillion over the next four decades counting interest, a study released on Thu
A US court ruling against Kuwaiti logistics company Agility has dealt a blow to the company's fight against charges it defrauded the US Army in multibillion-dollar contracts.
Agility was the largest supplier to the US Army in the Middle Ea
Former British prime minister Tony Blair said on Wednesday he could have not have imagined what he called the "nightmare" that unfolded in Iraq but still did not regret joining the US-led invasion.
In a political memoir Blair echoed previo
President Barack Obama declared an end to the seven-year US combat mission in Iraq on Tuesday and promised recession-weary Americans "my central responsibility" now is to repair the US economy.
Obama, who inherited the w
President Barack Obama said on Saturday Iraq could "chart its own course" and told Americans the drawdown of US troops helped fulfill a promise he made during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Obama, who is vacationing on the Massachusetts i
Former UN weapons inspector Hans Blix warned Washington and London in the weeks before the 2003 invasion of Iraq that he was growing less confident in evidence Iraq had banned weapons, he said on Tuesday.
Blix was the latest senior figure
The UK government's former top lawyer appears before the inquiry into the Iraq War on Wednesday, with questions set to focus on why he changed his view that the conflict did not break international law.
Three days before the March
US President George W Bush said British Prime Minister Gordon Brown should only withdraw forces from Iraq based on conditions on the ground and not an arbitrary timetable.
Bush issued the advice in an interview published on Sunday ahead of
US President George W Bush and his top policymakers exaggerated Saddam Hussein's links to terrorism and ignored doubts among intelligence agencies about Iraq's arms programs as they made their case for war, a Senate committee reported on Thursday.
Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan has charged in an explosive new book that President George W Bush shaded the truth and manipulated public opinion to make the case for the "unnecessary" Iraq war.
McClellan, the first Bush