Badly-Burned Iraqi Boy Reunited With FamilySeparated by pain and politics and reunited by love and determination, a Yazidi family is full of smiles now that their 2-year-old badly burned son, Dilbireen Muhsin, is back in their arms.
Army Investigating After Soldier From Ware Dies In IraqA US Army soldier has died in a non-combat-related incident in Iraq, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
Badly Burned Iraqi Boy Reunited With Parents In BostonA Yazidi family is finally reunited with their 2-year-old son who will undergo surgery to save his eyesight in Boston.
Parents Of Badly Burned Iraqi Boy To Get Visas To Come To USThe parents of a badly-burned 2-year-old Iraqi refugee who is waiting to undergo surgery in Boston have finally been granted permission to join their son.
Badly Burned Iraqi Boy's Surgery Cancelled Due To Trump Travel BanTwo-year-old Dilbreen’s urgently-needed surgery at Boston’s Shriners Hospital for Children has been canceled for now because of President Donald Trump's executive order banning immigrant travel from seven countries for 90 days.
Executive Order Separates Badly Burned Iraqi Boy From FamilyMany families have been torn apart including the family of a boy who was badly burned at a refugee camp.
Veterans Expect Ongoing Backlash Against Brian WilliamsNBC's Brian Williams says his account of being shot at while on board a U.S. military helicopter in 2003 is not true.
Salem Man Charged With Killing U.S. Army VeteranPeter Castillo, of Salem, is expected to be arraigned on first-degree murder charges Tuesday in the death of a 22-year-old U.S. Army veteran.
US Officials: No One Aware Of Any Plot To Attack Subways FBI Director James Comey told reporters Thursday afternoon that he was unaware of any threat directed at U.S. subways.
Boston Marathon Hero Raises Awareness of Suicide Prevention
NightSide - Dexer Van Zile And Juliana Taimoorazy Discuss The Crisis In IraqWhat should our role be on the global stage?
Daily Talker: President Authorizes Air Strikes In IraqPresident Obama said he is authorizing the U.S. military to carry out airstrikes in Iraq against Islamic militants if they advance toward the critical city of Irbil. The U.S. has a consulate and a military operations center there. Fighters from the militant group the Islamic State seized the country's largest hydroelectric dam on Thursday, taking control of enormous power and water resources and leverage over the Tigris River that runs through the heart of Baghdad.