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Following Syria missile strike, Trump tweets two words that haunted Bush: 'Mission Accomplished!'
Using two words that ended up haunting George W. Bush during the Iraq War , President Donald Trump took to Twitter Saturday to declare "Mission Accomplished!" following airstrikes on chemical weapons targets in Syria . Pentagon officials said the overnight missile strikes by the U.S., the U.K., and
Iraqi Army Holds Off Sunni Insurgents
This sectarian fighting reaching the capital of police officers today killing Sunni militants taken prisoner. And insurgent attack to take over areas near the city stopped last night. The attack thwarted and the militants pushed back but the question now is for how Right now the national hot
The Man Who Shouldn't Be Alive: US Army Soldier, Blown Up 7 Times, Still on Patrol
He remembers each and every one. The shockwaves, the sulfur penetrating his nostrils, the thick, toxic smoke sifting into his lungs, and the burning desert sand flying into his vehicle. He remembers the sudden jolt -- fully alert one second, then panic-stricken and deaf the next. He remembers the
Matt Gutman's Biography
Matt Gutman is an ABC News correspondent based in Miami. He reports for all ABC News broadcasts and platforms, including "World News With Diane Sawyer," "Nightline" and "Good Morning America," as well as ABC News Radio, ABC News NOW and ABCNews.com . Gutman made headlines as part of the ABC News
From Goldman to Grunt
After 9/11, Kevin Mincio Left His Job on Wall Street to Go Fight for his Country. A Look Back on his Inspiring Journey
Nov. 14, 2004: Battle in Fallujah
U.S. Marines occupy the Iraq city that was once a stronghold for insurgency.
The Note: Base Instincts
Everyone wants their convention to be a party that showcases one big happy family -- but which side looks ready to nab most-likely-to-be-dysfunctional honors? (Wait before you answer that, at least until the running mates are chosen.) As we still wait for that text message (still no leaks --
Suspected Spy Remains a Vexing Mystery
Even after he was sentenced Monday to more than 10 years in jail for using a fake identity to gain access to classified information about military tactics and strategy in Iraq, a U.S. Army contract translator remains a mystery to U.S. authorities. More than a year after the suspect pleaded guilty,
Man Without a Name Faces 60 Years
A man whose true identity remains unknown pled guilty in a federal courtroom in Brooklyn today to charges of illegally possessing national defense documents that included details on U.S. firepower...
Saddam Hanging Caught on Cell Phone
It is a crude bootleg video shot on a cell phone by one of the witnesses to Saddam Hussein's hanging. And unlike the official government video this one has soundtrack. Sunnis around the country were outraged when they heard what actually went on inside the execution chamber. The Saddam stood with a