CROCKER AND PATRAEUS HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON
Gen. David Patraeus speaks at a press conference on the current status of conditions in Iraq and his recent testimony delivered to the Senate and House Armed Service and Foreign Relations Committee earlier this week in Washington on September 12, 2007. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
A top U.S. Senate Democrat said Sunday President Obama appears to be inching toward supplying Syrian rebels with weapons.
U.S. President George Bush arrived in Bahrain Saturday as part of his Persian Gulf tour to garner support for his attempts to limit Iranian influence.
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made a surprise visit to his country's troops stationed in Iraq.
Supporting the troops through a newspaper ad backing the U.S. military commander in Iraq paid off for Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani.
U.S. President George Bush Tuesday begged the nation to give the strategy in Iraq a chance to be fully implemented before deciding whether it has failed. In a speech to the Greater Cleveland Partnership, Bush said he seriously considered whether to allow
U.S. President George Bush Friday called on Congress to "do its duty" and send him a war funding bill he can sign. Bush, flanked by a number of people dressed in military uniforms, sharply criticized the House passage of a supplemental appropriations bill
In Iraq, Iraqi and U.S. troops compete for a limited supply of armor to protect themselves and their vehicles from insurgent bombs.