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Iraq Commander Signals No Accelaration in Troop Withdrawal

Gen. Raymond Odierno, testifying for the first time as commander of Multinational Forces-Iraq, told the House Armed Services Committee that his plan to reduce his 124,000 troops to 50,000 non-combat forces by August 2010 had flexibility built into it, and said that he would consider speeding up the drawdown as circumstances permit.
Jul 31, 2020

Iraq Commander Signals No Accelaration in Troop Withdrawal

Iraq Commander Signals No Accelaration in Troop Withdrawal

Gen. Raymond Odierno, testifying for the first time as commander of Multinational Forces-Iraq, told the House Armed Services Committee that his plan to reduce his 124,000 troops to 50,000 non-combat forces by August 2010 had flexibility built into it, and said that he would consider speeding up the drawdown as circumstances permit.
Gen. Raymond Odierno, testifying for the first time as commander of Multinational Forces-Iraq, told the House Armed Services Committee that his plan to reduce his 124,000 troops to 50,000 non-combat forces by August 2010 had flexibility built into it, and said that he would consider speeding up the drawdown as circumstances permit.
Jul 31, 2020

New Mexico special session to begin Sept. 6

New Mexico special session to begin Sept. 6

Gov. Susana Martinez announced Monday that she will call the Legislature back to work beginning on September 6, six days earlier than the Legislative Council wanted. Redistricting will be on the agenda
Gov. Susana Martinez announced Monday that she will call the Legislature back to work beginning on September 6, six days earlier than the Legislative Council wanted. Redistricting will be on the agenda
Jul 31, 2020

Holder Probe Would Be Big Break From Bush Torture Policy

Holder Probe Would Be Big Break From Bush Torture Policy

Letters between Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) and the Justice Department shed light on a reportedly impending investigation that would mark the Obama administration’s first clear break from the Bush-era policy of refusing to prosecute abuse cases.
Letters between Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) and the Justice Department shed light on a reportedly impending investigation that would mark the Obama administration’s first clear break from the Bush-era policy of refusing to prosecute abuse cases.
Jul 31, 2020
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