Afghanistan: In his first prime-time address since taking office, President Trump discussed his “path forward.” Will his strategy succeed or fail?
Trump: American troops would "fight to win" by attacking enemies, "crushing" al-Qaida, preventing terror attacks against Americans and "obliterating" ISIS.
An American service member was killed Wednesday and an unspecific number wounded while battling ISIS loyalists in eastern Afghanistan.
President Trump has reportedly been asking two questions about Afghanistan: Why has the United States been there for so long? And why haven't we won the war?
President Trump must quickly deal with Afghanistan’s internal situation, and also develop a U.S. strategy for Pakistan.
Pentagon: A suicide bombing attack on a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday left two American service members dead.
Afghanistan: Sixteen years have passed. Nearly 2,400 U.S. troops have died. More than $700 billion has been spent. But talk of "winning" is scarce.
The U.S. air war in Afghanistan has returned to a level of intensity not seen since American forces were still fanned out across the country and fighting Taliban militants.