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A Shocked Iraq Reconsiders Its Relationship With the U.S.
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U.S. and Iran Exchange More Threats as Democrats Question Timing of Strike

U.S. and Iran Exchange More Threats as Democrats Question Timing of Strike

By MICHAEL CROWLEY, PETER BAKER, EDWARD WONG and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Oil prices surged and the stock market fell after President Trump ordered the killing of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani in Baghdad.

A Shocked Iraq Reconsiders Its Relationship With the U.S.

A Shocked Iraq Reconsiders Its Relationship With the U.S.

By FALIH HASSAN, TIM ARANGO and ALISSA J. RUBIN

The killing of General Suleimani, intended as a shot against Iran, could accelerate an Iranian objective: pushing the United States military out of Iraq.

Qassim Suleimani, Master of Iran's Intrigue, Built a Shiite Axis of Power in Mideast

Qassim Suleimani, Master of Iran's Intrigue, Built a Shiite Axis of Power in Mideast

By TIM ARANGO, RONEN BERGMAN and BEN HUBBARD

The commander helped direct wars in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen, and he became the face of Iran's efforts to build a regional bloc of Shiite power.

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Editors' Picks

Is There a Risk of Wider War With Iran?

World | The Interpreter

Is There a Risk of Wider War With Iran?

By MAX FISHER

All but forced to retaliate, Iran will likely aim for limited counterattacks that damage the United States but don't lead to all-out war. Miscalculation could mean things spiral out of control.

Qassim Suleimani's Killing Will Unleash Chaos

Opinion

Qassim Suleimani's Killing Will Unleash Chaos

By BARBARA SLAVIN

Revenge is not a strategy.

Today's Videos

'We Did Not Take Action to Start a War,' Trump Says

VideoVideo: 'We Did Not Take Action to Start a War,' Trump Says

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

President Trump defended the killing of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani, Iran's top security and intelligence commander, saying it "should have been done long ago."

Video Shows Aftermath of U.S. Strike That Killed Top Iran Commander

VideoVideo: Video Shows Aftermath of U.S. Strike That Killed Top Iran Commander

By DAVID BOTTI and NILO TABRIZY

President Trump authorized the attack early Friday at Baghdad International Airport that killed Iran's top security and intelligence commander, Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani.

Australia Braces for Worsening Fires

VideoVideo: Australia Braces for Worsening Fires

By STORYFUL

As fires rage in Australia, this upcoming weekend is likely to be the most dangerous yet. The toll so far includes 18 deaths, more than 1,000 homes destroyed and thousands of animals killed.

Opinion

'The Game Has Changed'

'The Game Has Changed'

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The assassination of Qassim Suleimani, one of Iran's top military commanders, rocks the Middle East. Is President Trump ready?

Australia Is Committing Climate Suicide

Australia Is Committing Climate Suicide

By RICHARD FLANAGAN

As record fires rage, the country's leaders seem intent on sending it to its doom.

Suleimani Died as He Had Killed

Suleimani Died as He Had Killed

By BRET STEPHENS

Now the United States must establish a balance of hope and fear in the Middle East.

Trump's Ground Game Against Iran

Trump's Ground Game Against Iran

By MICHAEL DORAN

The assassination of Qassim Suleimani is a seismic event in the Middle East.

How to Be Healthy, in Just 48 Words

How to Be Healthy, in Just 48 Words

By YONI FREEDHOFF

Forget fad diets and fitness gimmicks. Just stick to the basics.

The Countdown

The Countdown

By AMADOU DIALLO

Did the uncertainty of death — when and how it would arrive — make days like this one easier or more difficult to appreciate?

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