Former Marine Corps officer who served four tours in Iraq, Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., joins Morning Joe to discuss the president’s recent threats against Iran, the deportation of military veterans and reuniting families separated...
Ancient clay tablets, seals and other objects smuggled into the U.S. and shipped to the arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby were returned to the Iraqi government.
Will Ruger, of the Charles Koch Institute, and David Craig, of Real Clear Defense, discuss new polling on the public’s understanding of the current situation in Iraq.
Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, discusses the president’s plan for tariffs and why he disagrees, the Texas primary, midterms, gains made in Iraq and gun legislation.
Love has returned to the streets of Mosul for the first time in three years after Iraqi forces drove out ISIL extremists in 2017.
Suicide bombers reportedly killed dozens of people and injured over 100 in a busy market in the Iraqi capital.
The U.N. and human rights groups have raised concerns about Iraq’s swift trials of alleged ISIS members, the Washington Post reports. Earlier this month. Iraq declared that major combat against the terrorist group was...
Pope Francis opened his his annual Urbi et Orbi message on Monday with a prayer for the resumption of a dialogue in the Middle East. The pontiff extended his prayer to people experiencing the...
Dozens rally outside a federal courthouse in Detroit, Michigan where a judge is considering whether to release hundreds of people whose deportations to Iraq were suspended, but remain in custody.
Linda Wenzel, 17, was briefly reunited with her mother and sister as she awaits for trial in Baghdad.