The number of children killed by gunfire in the United States since the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is greater than the total of U.S. soldiers killed in overseas combat since 9/11, according to a Department of Defense report.
Senator Tammy Duckworth also called the President 'Cadet Bone Spurs'—a jab at one of the U.S. leader's reasons for avoiding military service.
Will U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, like former Secretary of State Colin Powell, regret her presentation on the alleged threat posed by Iran?
The former military intelligence officer reveals what compelled her, and discusses what it was like to be a transgender woman in prison.
"We didn't go to Iraq to bring democracy to Iraq, we went to Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein," ex-secretary of state said.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock speaks to Newsweek about when intervention is justified.
Conservative MP Johnny Mercer said Cameron was vetoed by the attorney general.
Ahmed Jabbar Kareem Ali died in 2003 while British soldiers occupied Basra.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday said he was against the Iraq war all along despite telling radio interviewer Howard Stern in 2002 that he favored it.
Statistics have led to fears that we are now starting to see the true cost of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
"The United States have always tried to force their values on other countries," the editorial said.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock said Tony Blair was “genuine” but the Americans were not.
The release of the Chilcot Report is a step towards ensuring we don't repeat past mistakes.
The U.K. must dedicate as much to humanitarian efforts in Iraq as it did to waging war.
'I believe I made the right decision and the world is better and safer as a result,' Blair said.
But the Labour leader slammed the "governing class" that led the country to war in Iraq.
The former prime minister has responded to the inquiry into the Iraq war.
The circumstances in which the legality of military action was decided were "far from satisfactory."