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  • By ANDREW PERSON

The outlook for Iraq seemed very different 11 years ago when I rolled from Bashir airfield, which my brigade had taken by airborne insertion, …

  • DAVID IGNATIUS

WASHINGTON — Ten years ago this week, I was covering the U.S. military as it began its assault on Iraq. As I read back over my clips, I see a …

  • DAVID IGNATIUS

WASHINGTON -- Sen. Rand Paul made some dubious warnings about drone strikes on San Francisco cafes in his filibuster last week against the con…

Most people think of identity theft as a risk chiefly to their money and their time — the hundreds of hours it may take to get everything straightened out again. But financial loss is only one of the problems that can occur, according to Roger Gravgaard of Billings, who represents Legal Shield, a national pre-paid legal service company. “They can steal your medical identity, your driver’s identity and more,” he said. One of his clients took her daughter to Montana State University in Bozeman to apply for financial aid. The college officials said the 18-year-old didn’t qualify because she had defaulted on a home loan in California five years ago.

  • DAVID IGNATIUS

WASHINGTON — Maybe it’s time for Syrian revolutionaries to take “yes” for an answer from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and back a U.N.-spon…

  • By CINDY UKEN Of The Gazette Staff

Nearly nine years after the allied bombing of Baghdad, the war in Iraq is coming to an end and thousands of U.S. troops are returning home.

  • By CINDY UKEN Of The Gazette Staff

After nearly nine years, America’s long war in Iraq is coming to end and thousands of U.S. troops are returning home.

  • By MIKE CREEDEN

Our nation suffered a terrible catastrophe on Sept. 11, 2001, that will indelibly live in the minds of Americans for generations to come. Alwa…