An AP-NORC poll shows more than 70% of Americans want Afghans who helped the U.S. war in their country should be welcomed to the United States
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they urged Biden to not pull out, which is the opposite of what the president claimed
The missile that hit a Toyota in Kabul killed 10 civilians, seven of them children. No terrorists died, just innocent Afghans
Revelations that a drone strike the President authorized killed children, not terrorists, and rising pandemic numbers raise doubts about his administration
Sitting at home when the big story is playing out in Afghanistan makes me realize that what a young Marine in Afghanistan told us 40 years ago was a long-time problem for America.
The U.S. continues its use of drones to attack and kill those responsible for the attack.
The attack was a quick response to the bombing that killed 13 U.S. Marines and more than 160 Afghans.
Flights continued after the suicide bombing that killed 13 Marines and many Afghans.
Besides the Americans, thousands of Afghans are also seeking trip to the safety of America.