Out of Afghanistan? Not yet: Our viewOut of Afghanistan? Not yet: Our viewObama's legacy has to take a back seat to facts on the ground.
NATO: Helicopter crash at Kabul base kills 5NATO: Helicopter crash at Kabul base kills 5NATO: Helicopter crash at Kabul base kills 5
Report: Afghan suicide bomber targets foreign troopsReport: Afghan suicide bomber targets foreign troopsGovernment spokesman Najib Danish said that the attack happened in the center of Kabul around 9 a.m. local time.
Lawyer: Officer recommends no jail for BergdahlLawyer: Officer recommends no jail for BergdahlThe officer in charge of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's Article 32 hearing has recommended that he avoid jail time for his actions.
Ben Carson, gun debate: Second lookBen Carson, gun debate: Second lookNew views on top talkers
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Basu: Afghan hospital bombing needs independent investigatorBasu: Afghan hospital bombing needs independent investigatorWhat makes the bombing of a Kunduz hospital a "mistake" ? The defense department isn't saying.
Obama apologizes after deadly bombing on hospitalObama apologizes after deadly bombing on hospitalPresident Obama called Doctors Without Borders to apologize for the U.S. bombing of its hospital in Afghanistan that killed at least 22 people, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Wednesday.
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NewsBreak: Obama apologizes for bombing; Doomsday goes unnoticedNewsBreak: Obama apologizes for bombing; Doomsday goes unnoticedObama apologizes for Afghan hospital bombing; Rutgers' Carroo reinstated; Doomsday goes unnoticed
- EJ Montini
Montini: Another war casualty we'll forget, until...Montini: Another war casualty we'll forget, until...EJ Montini: I choose to believe that our war dead forgive us for forgetting them.
Editorial: Volunteer medical workers latest victims in "war on terror"Editorial: Volunteer medical workers latest victims in "war on terror"On October 7, 2001 George Bush announced the United States military had begun a bombing campaign in Afghanistan. Then he deployed our troops to the country. Eventually President Barack Obama inherited the mess known as Operation Enduring Freedom,.
Arizona native among 11 killed in Afghanistan crashArizona native among 11 killed in Afghanistan crashAn Arizona native was among 11 people killed when a military transport aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff Friday in Afghanistan.
Civilians 'accidentally struck' in hospital airstrikeCivilians 'accidentally struck' in hospital airstrikeThe U.S. and Afghan governments will investigate an airstrike that killed nearly two dozen people at a hospital in the city of Kunduz. Among the casualities were several volunteers with the international group Doctors Without Borders.
Doctors Without Borders leaves Afghan city after airstrikeDoctors Without Borders leaves Afghan city after airstrikeDoctors Without Borders withdrew from the northern Afghan city of Kunduz after a U.S. airstrike destroyed its hospital early Saturday. The group also stated that the death toll has grown to 22 people.
Afghan medical clinic suffers deadly airstrikeAfghan medical clinic suffers deadly airstrikeConfusion reigned in the wake of a deadly bombing Saturday of a hopsital compound in Kunduz, Afghanistan run by the international medical charity Doctors Without Borders. (Oct. 3)
An Afghanistan hospital may have been bombed by U.S.An Afghanistan hospital may have been bombed by U.S.A U.S. military spokesman said air strikes in the city of Kunduz might be responsible for the death of at least nine Doctors Without Borders staffers. Video provided by Newsy
19 killed after Afghan hospital hit in suspected U.S. airstrike19 killed after Afghan hospital hit in suspected U.S. airstrikeDoctors Without Borders said the hospital was hit by "sustained bombing" early Saturday
Afghan Taliban leader claims 'victory' in cityAfghan Taliban leader claims 'victory' in city The insurgents took the city on Monday after a multi-front surprise attack.
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Defense hearings: Afghanistan updates, NDAA veto watchDefense hearings: Afghanistan updates, NDAA veto watchDefense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of Oct. 5.
6 US service members among 11 dead in Afghan plane crash6 US service members among 11 dead in Afghan plane crash A C-130 transport plane crashed overnight at an air base in eastern Afghanistan.
11 killed in U.S. military plane crash in Afghanistan11 killed in U.S. military plane crash in AfghanistanMilitary officials say at least 11 people were killed when a transport plane crashed in Afghanistan Thursday. Video provided by Newsy
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Poem-A-Day - 'Twelve-Hour Shifts' by Jill McDonoughPoem-A-Day - 'Twelve-Hour Shifts' by Jill McDonoughWhat's life like at Creech Air Force Base near Las Vegas, Nevada? One writer tries to capture the life of a drone pilot with poetry
Afghan Forces Battle Insurgents To Retake Key Northern CityAfghan Forces Battle Insurgents To Retake Key Northern CityHeavy fighting raged inside the key northern Afghan city of Kunduz for a third day early on Wednesday as government forces, backed by U.S. air strikes, battled Taliban insurgents who had scored one of their boldest successes in 14 years of war.
Afghan troops struggle to regain KunduzAfghan troops struggle to regain KunduzFighting on the ground is mixed as Afghan forces meet stiff resistance from Taliban
Pentagon: U.S. confident despite Taliban's capture of Afghan cityPentagon: U.S. confident despite Taliban's capture of Afghan cityThe U.S. military launched an airstrike on the Afghan city of Kunduz, after it was captured by Taliban forces. The Pentagon called the seize a "setback" but expressed confidence in Afghanistan's security forces.
Video emerges of Kunduz overrun by TalibanVideo emerges of Kunduz overrun by TalibanAfghan troops backed by US air support launch a counter-offensive Tuesday to retake Kunduz, a day after Taliban insurgents overran the strategic northern city.
U.S. launches airstrike on Afghan city seized by TalibanU.S. launches airstrike on Afghan city seized by TalibanAfghan forces have launched an operation to try and retake the city, which fell to the Taliban on Monday.
Heed U.S. troops in Afghanistan: Our viewHeed U.S. troops in Afghanistan: Our viewWhy is the Pentagon punishing those who report on sexual abuse of boys?