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  • U.S. slow to meet needs, refugees say

    U.S. slow to meet needs, refugees say
    Mustafa Hamad Rassoul doesn't see how his family can survive. Back in Baghdad, the 55-year-old Iraqi Kurd says, the money he made running a clothing shop was more than enough to house and feed his two wives and 10 children. But here in Syria, where he...
  • Unsettled

    Unsettled
    It's not that Muhammad Shumri imagined building a new life in Baltimore would be easy. But he didn't expect it to be so hard. The 48-year-old physician was a high-ranking official in the Iraqi Ministry of Health when a photograph that placed him at a...
  • Army-Navy rivalry often a family affair

    Army-Navy rivalry often a family affair
    It happens, inevitably, at every sporting event. Katie Odierno Funk hears the national anthem and her eyes well up with tears. It's true whether she's watching baseball or basketball, but it hits her the hardest, without fail, at the Army-Navy football...
  • Don't expect much from next Great Man

    Finally, blessedly, it's over. After the longest, most expensive campaign in American history, the voters have decided who will be the next Great Man to take the helm of our ship of state. Sen. Barack Obama has been swept into the presidency on a wave...
  • Eight Years After 9/11, Bin Laden Seems Closer To His Goals Than We Are

    None of us will ever forget where we were and what we were doing that fateful morning eight years ago today, when the hijacked airliners flew into the World Trade Center towers in Manhattan. I was just leaving the house for work when my wife called out...
  • Effects of Sept. 11 attacks fade for many Americans, poll finds

    WASHINGTON-Americans are turning inward and putting less faith in government as the aftershocks of last Sept. 11 fade, a new national poll has found. Half the country reports that everyday life is basically the same now as it was before the terror...
  • Emerging leader among terrorists

    He is a high school dropout but a graduate of Afghan terrorist camps and Jordanian prisons. He shares the religious fanaticism and sweeping goals of Osama bin Laden but has built a separate terror organization. He lost a leg to U.S. bombs in 2002 but...
  • Abu Ghraib understaffing noted by U.S. commander

    In the latest sign that troop shortages might be undermining the U.S. occupation of Iraq, the top U.S. commander in the region acknowledged yesterday that too few guards were assigned to Abu Ghraib prison when prisoners were abused there. Troop shortages...
  • Some in FBI balked at CIA ties

    WASHINGTON - When senior FBI officials announced plans in 2002 to participate with the CIA in terrorism-related interrogations abroad, some counterterrorism officials in the bureau balked, arguing vehemently against the idea. To interrogate terrorism...
  • MP general ousted from post in Iraq

    WASHINGTON - Brig. Gen. Janis L. Karpinski, the overall commander of the military police accused of abusing Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib prison, who was disciplined for "serious deficiencies" in handling her troops, has been removed from command of her...
  • As England's second trial begins, questions linger

    The last scheduled court-martial of an Army reservist arising from the Abu Ghraib prison investigations begins today in Fort Hood, Texas, with the trial of Pfc. Lynndie R. England, who became a lightning rod of international outrage in photographs showing...
  • Detainee testifies Graner abused him

    FORT HOOD, Texas - An Iraqi man imprisoned at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison angrily described a night of lurid abuses in videotaped testimony yesterday, saying he was stripped naked, punched in the chest, piled on top of fellow inmates and forced into...