President Donald Trump praised the successful efforts to secure the release of an American woman who was held captive by a Taliban-linked group since 2012.
On "The View" on Thursday, the panel discussed the Trump administration’s plan to reverse the ObamaCare requirement that employers provide their employees with health insurance that covers birth control.
Russia is sending weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan through Iran, Gen. Jack Keane said this morning on "America's Newsroom."
A top U.S. general told Congress today it's "fair to assume" that Russia is providing support to the Taliban in Afghanistan.
A young girl in Pakistan spent nearly a decade evading the Taliban to eventually become a world-class athlete.
New information suggests that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. soldier who was exchanged for five Taliban commanders, was captured in 2009 after he walked off his base and got high on hashish.
In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly said that the Obama administration is suffering more embarrassment over the Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl situation.
Dana Perino, a former White House press secretary for George W. Bush, gave us some insight this morning into the statements that have come from President Obama's spokesmen over the past two days. Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said Wednesday that the Taliban is not considered a terrorist group, but rather an “armed insurgency.”
The White House has now tried to clarify yesterday's surprising statement that the Taliban is not a terrorist group like ISIS. Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said Wednesday that the Taliban is not a terror group, but rather an “armed insurgency.”
On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Laura Ingraham reacted to an assault led by the Taliban on a Pakistan military-run school on Tuesday.
After 13 years, the U.S. officially ended its combat role in Afghanistan on Monday. In two weeks, another troop withdrawal will leave less than 11,000 U.S. soldiers in the country. This comes as the Taliban has increased its attacks across Afghanistan, leaving dozens dead, including two U.S. soldiers who were killed in a suicide bombing on Friday.
It's been a day of deadly violence in Afghanistan, with a wave of Taliban attacks that has left nearly 20 people dead, including two U.S. soldiers who were killed during a suicide bombing of a U.S. military convoy. These attacks come ahead of the formal end of the U.S. and NATO mission in Afghanistan at the end of the month.