Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the suspect in the Afghan massacre, had served three tours in Iraq before his Afghanistan deployment. Jeffrey Brown, The Washington Posts's Carol Leonig, a retired army general and an army psychiatrist discuss Bales' failed promotion, former…
After a months-long review of the U.S. war efforts in Afghanistan, President Barack Obama laid out a new course Tuesday night, saying it is in "our vital national interest" to deploy 30,000 more troops to the fight.
On the day that veterans around the country are honored for their service, President Barack Obama is set to meet with his top military advisers to continue discussions about the possibility of sending more troops to Afghanistan.
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The U.S. military will keep about 21,000 American soldiers, scheduled to end their tour of duty this month, in Iraq to cope with the surge in anti-occupation violence, the Pentagon announced Thursday.
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