Americans solemnly marked the 20th anniversary of 9/11 on Saturday, remembering the dead, invoking the heroes and taking stock of the aftermath of the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.
There is a good reason why U.S. forces remain militarily engaged in so many countries.
After the pell-mell flight from Kabul, Biden announces a more orderly effort to deal with an assertive China.
The secretary of state cites a “massive effort” by the government, but people involved in the evacuation instead describe bureaucratic snags.
During a Friday press briefing White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that Operation Allies Welcome flights to America have been temporarily halted due to four cases of the measles found among Afghans who recently came into the U.S.
Their release coincided with an agreement on Friday that cleared the way for a senior executive of Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecommunications giant, to return to China.
In the other country the United States invaded after 9/11, American troops continue to serve combat tours in harm’s way. Meet the soldiers headed for duty in Iraq.
Newly arrived Afghans, brought to the United States by President Joe Biden, are now delivering children at U.S. military bases where they are being temporarily housed, CNN reports.
One Afghan evacuee being held at an American military base in Wisconsin tried to coerce two young boys into having sex with him, while another tried to strangle his wife, federal officials said in charging documents unsealed this week. The men, Bahrullah Noori and Mohammad Haroon Imaad, were arraigned Thursday
Zamarai Ahmadi, a longtime aid worker for a U.S.-based group, was hauling water cans that military analysts mistook for explosives, according to officials and video obtained by The Washington Post and others.