The violence continues underreported.
(WaPo) Maj. Gen. Geoffrey D. Miller, a central figure in the debate over the treatment of detainees in Iraq and at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, retired from the Army yesterday amid ongoing congressional concern about his role in policies that allegedly led to abuse by U.S. service members.
Was the Kurdish "Thank You" tour around the US, complete with TV ads in DC, a Republican stunt? The funding is very murky.
And, how are prominent Republican Senator Chuck Hagel's comments not on the front pages? He roundly criticized the policy on Israel saying it made the US less safe, and likened Iraq to Vietnam. This is a Republican power player, and it's not news?