"Finally, we looked at each other and we started kissing. That’s how I realised he was gay."
In a country deeply changed by war, young Iraqis skate on dilapidated roads amid traffic jams and military checkpoints.
After Trump pardoned four Blackwater contractors convicted over one of the darkest episodes of the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq, survivors and family members are feeling bereft once more.
To better understand how conflict with Iran might lead to a spike in domestic hatred, I asked other young Muslims about their personal experiences of bigotry during wartime.
So brave and open-minded of celebrities to put aside their slight differences and have a pint with the war criminal.
Their appearance on Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better” is prompting angry comments and calls from radio listeners still upset about their anti-Iraq-War stance.
"We will not be silent."
Michael Behenna was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the 2008 killing.
It's not just the touching.
They also put out a fake New York Times after Obama was elected, to put liberal pressure on the incoming administration to end the Iraq War.
Adam McKay's new movie about the Dubya era will leave you angry (and in need of a drink).