Iraqi Forces Face Heavy Resistance in ISIS-held Town
Heavy resistance has slowed Iraqi forces as they pushed toward the center of a town held by ISIS in western Anbar province.
In Mosul, a Heavy But Not Crushing Blow to Islamic State
Military leaders vow it's only a matter of time until they crush the last major stand of the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Iraqi Forces Enter ISIS-Held Hit, Thousands Flee Fighting
Iraqi forces have entered the town of Hit, a week after launching an operation to retake the western town from ISIS.
Iraqi Forces Facing Stiff Resistance in Western Mosul
ISIS-armed drones have inflicted dozens of light injuries that have disrupted the pace of ground operations.
Officials Name Top Suspects in Iraq Abductions of Americans
Two powerful Shiite militias are top suspects in the abduction of three Americans last weekend in a southern neighborhood of...
Iraqi Forces Launch Push to Take Western Mosul from IS
The fight for Iraq's second largest city has seen weeks of grueling urban combat with high civilian and military casualties.
Iraqi Forces Deploy in Baghdad Neighborhood after Kidnapping
Iraqi security forces fanned out across the Baghdad neighborhood Monday morning where three Americans were reportedly kidnapp...
Iraqi Forces Push onto Mosul University Grounds
Iraqi forces entered the university from the southeast Friday morning and, by nightfall, had secured a handful of buildings.
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Baghdad Mall Attack
The Islamic State group is claiming responsibility for the Baghdad mall attack that killed 18 people on Monday.
Iraqi Forces Enter Mosul University in Battling Islamic State
Iraqi special forces entered the Mosul University on Friday, a tactical achievement in battling Islamic State militants.
US-led Coalition: ISIS has Lost 30 Percent of its Territory
The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group said Tuesday that the militants have lost 30 percent of the territory...
After Mosul Victory, Iraq Mulls Future of Shiite Militias
the militias say their sacrifices have earned them a permanent place in the hierarchy of Iraq's security forces.
One Month In, Iraq Still Faces Grueling Urban Combat in Mosul
As the operation to retake Mosul enters its second month on Thursday, Iraqi forces are preparing for prolonged urban combat.
Washington, Baghdad on Different Pages in Fight against IS
A series of political spats that erupted in Baghdad over the past week surrounding foreign forces on Iraqi soil have exposed...
Iraqi Officer Seeks Vengeance in Mosul, Where Killings Mount
The thirst for vengeance in the wake of military victories is fueling extrajudicial killings of suspected IS members.
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They're deploying this winter.
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Air Force Eyes Lifting More Flight Restrictions for Pregnant Pilots
Air Force pilots know what to expect when they're expecting: a whole lot of time on the ground.
Fired Air Force Academy Commandant Plans to File Complaint
The former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy plans to file a complaint over her firing earlier this year.
Air Force F-35 Simulator Will Let Pilots Fly in Formation, Talk to Other Aircraft
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Whistleblower Lawsuit Claims Defense Contractor Defrauded Pentagon of $1.3 Billion in MRAP Deal
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Marine Arrested by US Border Patrol, Accused of Bringing Migrants Across Border
The Marine is being held in civilian custody. Border Patrol and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service are investigating.
Marine Vet Duncan Hunter Pleads Guilty in Campaign Finance Scandal
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US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
17 Migrants Rescued by Coast Guard After Trying to Enter US on Thanksgiving
Authorities removed 14 Haitian migrants and three Bahamian migrants.