War In Afghanistan

Reflecting on multiple international crises, the freshman lawmaker joins calls for the US to have a people-first approach to granting refugee status to people from Haiti and Afghanistan.

A viral video confirming Trump ordered the military withdrawal from Afghanistan stands in stark contrast to the revisionist history provided by right-wing trolls disingenuously blaming President Joe Biden for the international debacle.

Since before Achilles dragged Hector’s body around the walls of Troy, warriors have been desecrating the corpses of their vanquished enemies, whether to send a message or exact revenge. SEE ALSO: Latino Stereotypes On TV: When Will It Stop And for just as long, they have known in their hearts it was wrong. The video […]

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan (AP) — U.S. Marines will march out of Afghanistan by the thousands next year, winding down combat in the Taliban heartland and testing the U.S. view that Afghan forces are capable of leading the fight against a battered but not yet beaten insurgency in the country’s southwestern reaches, American military officers say. […]

WASHINGTON — Vice President Biden told reporters at a press conference in Kabul on Tuesday that the United States is willing to stay in Afghanistan beyond 2014 if the Afghans want the assistance, seeming to depart from comments he made last month that U.S. forces would be out by that time “come hell or high […]

Twelve American soldiers face charges over a secret “kill team” that allegedly blew up and shot Afghan civilians at random and collected their fingers as trophies.

A majority of Americans see no end in sight in Afghanistan, and nearly six in 10 oppose the nine-year-old war as President Barack Obama sends tens of thousands more troops to the fight, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. With just over 10 weeks before nationwide elections that could define the remainder of Obama’s […]

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Back in early 2007, when the Bush administration was insisting that its military intervention in a faraway land was not open-ended, Senator Barack Obama wasn’t buying it.

From BBCNews.com: The United States has condemned as “irresponsible” the leak of 90,000 military records, saying publication could threaten national security.