The latest news on Afghanistan
Aerial surveillance among new roles for Afghan commandos, top general says.
Family members question SEAL Team 6's most deadly incident.
Poll of Muslims in 39 countries finds strong support for killing religious converts, low support for drinking alcohol.
'We should always have been worried' about IEDs, says Afghanistan veteran.
John Kerry's verbal fumble reflects a historic and ongoing American lack of attention to the region.
Finding the best way to provide assistance is critical to helping promote security in a troublesome world.
Two detonate suicide vests outside court in Farah trying to rescue Taliban.
A new study shows that the cost of caring for veterans will soar in coming decades.
Geopolitical reality demands some compromise between the White House and Congress.
PARIS (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry headed for home Wednesday after making clandestine journeys to Iraq and Afghanistan, where he delivered a stern warning to Iraqi leaders about Syria and sought to patch up differences with Afghanistan's president.