Declassified list shows sites in Mosul with unexploded bombs
US commander releases list of dozens of locations in Iraqi city of Mosul that contain unexploded bombs, citing public safety
US moves to help locate unexploded bombs in Mosul
A top American military commander has declassified 81 locations of unexploded bombs dropped by the U.S.-led coalition in the battle to oust Islamic State militants from the Iraqi city of Mosul
911 audio released after inmate escapes custody
The Paulding County Sheriff's Department said Brandon Powell, 32, escaped custody Friday afternoon as he was being transported from a mental institution in Toledo, taking possession of the deputy's firearm.
Long road ahead for Mosul's residents, despite military victory over ISIS
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory in Mosul Monday -- three years after ISIS took control of the city. The nine-month campaign to retake what was once Iraq's second largest city is a major success for Iraqi Security Forces and the U.S.-led coalition supporting them. But Mosul's
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Elite Iraqi troops torture, execute civilians in footage captured by photojournalist
Graphic images raise questions about whether U.S. is turning a blind eye to war atrocities committed by allies.
Inside Syria's multiple fighting factions
In the tense days after U.S. airstrikes on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, Russia’s ally, the U.S. and Russia have traded accusations about siding with terrorists. "Russia has really aligned itself with the Assad regime, the Iranians and Hezbollah ," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
US-led airstrike on Mosul may have killed Iraqi civilians
The U.S. military admitted a March 17 airstrike corresponds to a site where 200 civilians allegedly died but the military is still investigating the strike.
Marine commandant urges women in explicit photo scandal to step forward
The Marine Corps commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, made an impassioned request to women who may have been victims of the military's nude photo sharing scandal to step forward, vowed that those responsible would be held accountable and lashed out at male Marines who have engaged in cyberbullying. “I