Iraq’s government condemned the country’s semi-autonomous Kurdish authorities for “illegally” selling crude oil to Israel for the fourth time.
Iraq’s parliament tentatively agreed to set aside $300 million to settle cases with Kuwait Airways stemming from the 1990 Gulf War, Alsumaria News reported, citing a source it didn’t identify.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., owner of the luxury St. Regis and W brands, plans to re- enter the Iraqi market, almost 20 years after exiting as a result of the Gulf War.
General Norman Schwarzkopf, who led U.S. forces to victory in the 1991 Persian Gulf war, died yesterday. He was 78.
The tradition of college commencement speeches is coming under question after student and faculty opposition led three prominent public figures to withdraw as speakers in the past 10 days.
Turns out that Dick Vitale , ESPN’s yakety-yak hoops analyst, doesn’t possess a tip-of-the-tongue, top-of-the-mind scouting report for every player in college basketball.