A powerful suicide car bomb rocked Afghanistan's capital Saturday morning, killing 103 and injuring another 235, according to the country's Minister of Interior, Wais Barmak. The death toll was revised from 95 to 103 on Sunday morning, while the number of injured rose from more than 150 to 235. The
This old-timers' game is going to be epic. The amount of star talent retiring from the NFL this offseason has grown into a stellar 22-man roster that might still make the playoffs as the league's 33rd team in 2016. Hey, it's not too late. We put together the list. It's a heckuva squad. Loaded with
The announcement that thousands of U.S. troops will remain in Afghanistan longer than planned marks a major reversal of President Obama's goal to end both this war, as well as the war in Iraq , during his time in office. Recent upheavals in the region and a renewed show of strength by the Taliban
1. President Obama Visits Wales It’s not often a president gets to go somewhere no U.S. president has ever been before. But next week, President Obama will become the first occupant of the White House to set foot in Wales. He’s there for a NATO summit. Originally organized to focus on Afghanistan
As the clock ticks toward a major conference in which NATO leaders will make decisions about commitments to Afghanistan, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced at the end of a surprise visit there that the two remaining presidential candidates have smoothed out disagreements that...
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES TODAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE: President Obama is juggling a request for funding to tackle the crisis at the border, his Oval Office meeting with the NATO Secretary General, and the start of his three-day trip to Colorado and Texas,...
ABC News' Brian Ross reports from Qatar, plus House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) on the trade for Sgt.
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on June 8, 2014. It may contain errors.
Three shot dead, 1 wounded, as guard opens fire on civilian health workers.