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American Hostage of Taliban Appears in New Video
A Pennsylvania woman held by the Taliban since 2012 appeared in a new video posted online today, looking dazed but healthy with her Canadian husband and saying their captors will kill the couple if the Afghanistan government doesn't stop executing militant prisoners. The 2 1/2-minute video with
Emails Show ISIS Appeared Eager to Release Kayla Mueller for Ransom, Expert Says
Even after a failed U.S. Special Forces hostage rescue mission in Syria, the launch of hundreds of coalition airstrikes and the subsequent video beheadings of three hostages, ISIS offered hope to Carl and Marsha Mueller that made them believe paying a ransom could still bring their captive daughter
Kayla Mueller Part 5: Kayla's Sacrifice Allows Sex Slave to Escape
Even after being raped by ISIS leader, Kayla foregoes her chance to run to save others.
Bowe Bergdahl's Lawyers Seek to Have Case Dismissed
The Army sergeant faces potential life in prison after walking away from his post in Afghanistan, a move that led to his capture by the Taliban.
FBI Investigates Possible ISIS-Inspired Knife Attack in Virginia
Wasil Farooqui, 20, was arrested Saturday by Roanoke County Police on charges of assault with malicious wounding.
Parents of American Held Hostage by Taliban Say She’s Had Second Child in Captivity
The parents of an American woman held hostage for almost four years in South Asia by Islamist militants said today that their daughter has given birth to a second son in captivity. James Coleman and his wife Lynda of Stewartstown, Penn., revealed that a second grandchild was born to their daughter
Released Guantanamo Detainees Killed Americans, Officials Believe
Officials within the Obama administration believe that at least a dozen former detainees from Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba are responsible for attacks that killed roughly six Americans in Afghanistan. Officials declined to provide the exact numbers, saying they were classified. These new figures,
Bowe Bergdahl Trial Postponed Until February 2017
A judge has postponed U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl 's trial to February 2017 to give the defense time to properly review and prepare thousands of pages of classified documents. Army Judge Col. Jeffrey R. Nance announced that the trial would be pushed back at a pre-trial hearing held today in Fort
What the 'Serial' Podcast Revealed About Ex-Taliban Captive Bowe Bergdahl
We've reached the final and 11th episode of the second season of the most popular podcast in America, "Serial." This season intricately explored the high-profile case of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. He left his outpost in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban for five years until his