3 US soldiers killed in Afghanistan identified
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack by an Afghan soldier.
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
Growing outrage over Bill Maher's racial slur on live television
Maher used a derogatory racial expression during his conversation with Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska; calls flood in to HBO.
A suicide truck bombing in Afghanistan claims at least 90 lives, including Americans
The blast captured on surveillance camera is one of the worst attacks in years.
Car bomb kills dozens in Kabul
The blast tore through central Kabul, striking the center of the Afghan capital's highly secure diplomatic neighborhood.
President Trump delivers remarks at Arab Islamic American Summit
The president in the speech called on Muslim leaders to unite with other countries in fighting terrorism.
Progressive wins South Korean presidential election
Moon Jae-in, a longtime opposition leader who favors opening a dialogue with North Korea, is claiming victory as South Korea's next president, ending a decade of conservative rule.
US considering sending up to 3,000 additional troops to Afghanistan
President Trump will have to decide on the proposals, likely in advance of an upcoming NATO meeting.