Afghans joined in both anger and sorrow Thursday amid gutted buildings and piles of rubble in bomb-ravaged Kabul, as mourners buried the dead.
A massive explosion rocked a highly secure diplomatic area of Kabul on Wednesday morning, killing 80 people and wounding as many as 350.
President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey has virtually sucked the oxygen out of Washington. The story has dominated the headlines, while the press has barely mentioned the Pentagon’s proposal to send more troops to Afghanistan.
The Taliban overran three security checkpoints in Afghanistan's northern Takhar province, killing eight policemen and cutting off a key road.
A human smuggling ring that helped people illegally enter the United States by way of Brazil and Latin America was publicly revealed.
America’s war against terrorism has been focused almost exclusively on ISIS. Little attention has been paid to the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan.
A pair of near-simultaneous Taliban suicide bombings struck the Afghan capital on Wednesday, targeting a police station and offices of the country's intelligence agency.
The U.S. has a higher tolerance for torture than any other country on the U.N. Security Council, and Americans are more comfortable with torture than citizens of war-ravaged countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, and Ukraine.
The American University of Afghanistan in Kabul is under attack; witnesses say they heard explosions and automatic gunfire.