Trump announces US troop increase in Afghanistan
The president unveiled his administration's strategy for what has become the longest war in U.S. history.
Trump reveals new Afghanistan strategy
The president did not confirm if more troops would be sent, but said the strategy is not "aimed at nation-building, but killing terrorists."
Trump details new policy for U.S. presence in Afghanistan
Acknowledging his stance has changed, President Trump described a military policy Monday that will bolster U.S. presence in Afghanistan, but not provide the country with a "blank check."
SPECIAL REPORT: Trump addresses nation on Afghanistan policy
This is in the BC news special. Presidential address to the nation. Now reported George Stephanopoulos. Good evening we are coming on the air now because. President trump is about to address the nation for the first time on the war in Afghanistan. It is already America's longest war almost sixteen
Oct. 7, 2001: President George W. Bush announces first strike on Afghanistan
President George W. Bush addressed the nation about Operation Enduring Freedom's first strike on Afghanistan on Oct. 7, 2001.
2 US service members killed in Afghanistan attack
Two U.S. service members died after their convoy came under attack in Afghanistan.
3 US soldiers killed in Afghanistan identified
Next this evening the Pentagon now identifying three US servicemen killed in combat in Afghanistan. Sargent William Mays corporal Dylan Aldridge and Sargent Eric Hauck. Serve with the 101 airborne division they were killed in an insider attack by Afghan soldier. Who they were there to support.
3 US soldiers killed, 1 wounded in insider attack in Afghanistan
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack in which an Afghan Army soldier turned on the US soldiers who were training him.
American soldiers come under attack by an Afghan soldier
At least 3 have been killed after the Afghan soldier attacked the servicemen sent there to train him.
NSA contractor wanted to 'burn the White House down': Prosecutors
The government contractor charged with leaking classified US documents has pleaded not guilty. The woman named to reality winner appears to appear in a court room in Georgia in shackles wearing an orange jumpsuit. Prosecutors presented new information in their case against her. That includes