Mark Tapscott

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As the US pulls out, what's our legacy in Iraq? On Capitol Hill, the parties switch sides over a tax break. Iconoclast Christopher Hitchens, loses his fight with cancer.

Leaving Iraq: Better or Worse Off?

As the US pulls out, what's our legacy in Iraq? On Capitol Hill, the parties switch sides over a tax break. Iconoclast Christopher Hitchens, loses his fight with cancer.

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