I don't know how to fix Afghanistan, but at least I've never owned a murderous firm of mercenaries
Trump's campaign promise to "bomb the sh-t out of ISIS" is starting to become reality
On the failed efforts to build a Global War on Terror memorial, while a shopping mall is built at the 9/11 site
Under Obama, America has been at war for longer than under any other U.S. president
Guy Lawson's new book expands on his 2011 feature about three pot-fueled dudes scoring a $300 million weapons contract
Army Forces Command Gen. Mark Milley, will "determine appropriate action - which ranges from no further action to convening a court-martial," the Pentagon says
After 13 years of war, we haven't defeated the Taliban, but we have managed to create a nation ruled by drug lords
While war raged across Afghanistan, expats lived in a bubble of good times and easy money. But as the U.S. withdraws, life has taken a deadly turn
Key facts from the late Michael Hastings' profile of the freed Taliban POW
Questions surround official investigation of alleged U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan
The father of a man who has been held indefinitely by the U.S. since 2002 asks the Senate to intervene
The American government is still holding about 60 prisoners without charge at the Afghan prison
'The sad truth is that this will happen again'
Three years ago, a 23-year-old soldier walked off his base in Afghanistan and into the hands of the Taliban. Now he's a crucial pawn in negotiations to end the war. Will the Pentagon leave a man behind?