Occupation of Iraq
"We are not where we should be at this point," said the former CIA director.
President Obama is urging the Iraqi government to speed up its recruitment efforts.
The plan is a shift from only supplying tribal groups through the government in Baghdad.
The administration is sticking by its plan to train Iraqi forces, despite Ramadi's fall.
Questions about the Iraq War have tripped up several prospective 2016 candidates.
Ramadi was a hotly contested battleground for U.S. troops during the war.
Webb's remarkable achievements epitomize America's belief in meritocracy and sacrifice.
Democratic leaders are providing Obama with backing for targeted military action in Iraq.
"Diplomacy is what is crucial right now," Ryan Crocker said Tuesday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made a surprise trip to Iraq this weekend, meeting with the...
Six years ago the United States attacked, invaded and consequently occupied Iraq at the great...
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Paul Wolfowitz and Scooter Libby are teaching a course on Iraq War decision-making.
Only half of the shipment was provided to Baghdad.
Rep. Duncan Hunter wants the Pentagon to directly provide weapons to vetted fighters.
The United States and Iraq are engaged in a heated blame game over the fall of Ramadi.
"We still believe the strategy is working," Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren said.
Former Florida governor wavers on whether invasion was right decision.
The possible GOP White House contenders have adopted a cautious approach on Iraq.
Obama called congressional leaders to the White House to outline his plan.
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