China has remained firm that the Wuhan lab was not the source of the COVID-19 outbreak and questioned American politicians' motives for pushing the narrative.
Secretary Antony Blinken appears to recognize that Washington can frequently be its own worst enemy.
The proposed memorial would be established on the National Mall near to similar commemorations.
Major Brittian was a Baptist pastor from Georgia. One day he said to me: "Brother Daniel, I noticed that you are of the Jewish faith and you said that you do not have a spiritual support network. Would you like my assistance?"
Caving to those who believe a permanent U.S. military presence is intrinsically connected to regional stability would tie thousands of U.S. soldiers to an indefinite deployment in the Middle East.
President Donald Trump's allies point to the Iraq War as they defend him from claims he called dead American soldiers "losers" and "suckers."
It's time to accept a simple fact: The Iraq War was a failure from the start. Enough. Bring our troops home.
"The idea that Bernie Sanders' judgment on foreign policy is superior to mine... I'm anxious to debate him on that," Biden said.
The conservative radio personality claimed Democrats and U.S. intelligence agencies tricked George W. Bush on WMDs and the Iraq War—and he said those same "deep state" figures are attacking Trump over Russian ties.
"I don't understand why some folks run as if the internet doesn't exist," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
The senator said generals privately complain they "can't be won."
Joe Biden took his latest jab at Bernie Sanders, dismissing criticism about his 2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War by simply replying: "Bernie's got enough baggage."
America's continued involvement in Iraq is in the spotlight, presenting opportunities for his Democratic contenders to seize on his past support for intervention and revisit old talking points.
Drawing contrast with his own "unprecedented campaign," Sanders said Biden running the "same old, same old" type of campaign, similar to that of Hillary Clinton's in 2016, is exactly what Team Trump is hoping for next year.
On Wednesday, Wolf Blitzer shared a 2008 clip, where President Donald Trump praised Nancy Pelosi and said President George W. Bush should've been impeached.
The veteran and artist of the Google Doodle wants to teach children about the importance of honoring their duty.
Michael Conner Humphreys is an Iraq War veteran, but he is perhaps better known for playing a child named Forrest Gump in the 1994 film of the same name.
Here's why I made the video, how Twitter users defeated attempts to bury it and why we must never stop standing up for human rights.
Rafael Shimunov, the creator of the video, chatted with Newsweek on why he published these videos, and why they're important.
Ellen said people had "forgotten it's OK that we're all different," and refused to avoid being friends with people who had different views to her.
The president told reporters Monday that an unnamed "top general" lamented the state of U.S. military supplies when he took office.
"That moment it started, I came out against the war at that moment," Biden told National Public Radio.
The people never held to account for their warmongering in Iraq are now driving U.S. policy against Iran. They can't be allowed to drag us into another war.
For former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia, the memories of Falluja can seem as if they occurred fifty years ago or just yesterday.
President Trump sounds as if he is searching for a way out of the trap that the hawks in his administration have set for him. Will he make it out in time?
Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook said Tehran was responsible for 17 percent of all U.S. service personnel deaths between 2003 and 2011.
"In October 2002, President Bush said that Saddam Hussein had a 'massive stockpile' of biological weapons. It was a lie," Representative Ilhan Omar wrote.
Rapper I-NZ's "This Is Iraq" is a dark, satirical and politically charged assault on the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the violence that has ensued there ever since.
Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi, famous for throwing shoes at former President George W. Bush, spoke to Newsweek about the "big ideas" he has for his country.