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The Real Cost of the Iraq War

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From Kurdistan to K Street

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Photo Wars

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Contractors Gone Wild

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Breaking Ranks

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Al Qaeda in Iraq’s Deadly Diaspora

The Logistics of Moving the Military Out of Iraq

Four Post-Occupation Scenarios: Iraq’s Sectarian Breakdown

Civil War: Inevitable or Not?

The Coming Iraqi Exodus: Why the U.S. Won’t Help Iraqis Who Helped Us

Permanent Presence: You Can’t Go Home Again

Al Qaeda in Iraq: How Dangerous Is It?

Family Snapshot: Statistics for the Average Iraqi Family

Lexicon of Iraq War Lingo: Fightin’ Words

Tracing the Trail of Torture

Interrogating Donald Rumsfeld

Operation Stop Talking

White House Admits It Is Missing Email Backup Tapes From Start of Iraq War

Putting A GI Back Together Again

The War in Iraq and Its Impact on the War on Terrorism

The Iraq Effect, Sources: War in Iraq and Its Impact on the War on Terrorism

On 5th Anniversary of Iraq Museum’s Looting, New Attention to Antiquities Trafficking

New Officers’ Survey: US Military Stretched, Unable to Fight Another Major War

Surging Toward Civil War

McCain in NH: Would Be “Fine” To Keep Troops in Iraq for “A Hundred Years”

Who Will Throw the Book at the Bushies?

For the Press, No Iraq Introspection

Virtual Peacenik

Warriors Against War

War Visible

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Photo Essay: Anti-War Protestors

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