President Obama said he will keep 5,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan beyond 2016, reversing course on his pledges to end the war before he leaves office. Fox News military analyst Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) reacted on "The Real Story."
Two documentary filmmakers discussed an ongoing project about American veterans suffering from PTSD following tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Details have emerged in recent days about how attorneys may defend Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl against the charge that he deserted his Army unit in eastern Afghanistan. According to a CNN report, Bergdahl claimed that he was trying to go back to the nearest American forward operating base (FOB) to report wrongdoing by his platoon mates.
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.”
Rick Leventhal updated us this morning on a story we've followed throughout this year. The family of a fallen U.S. Marine is suing the Defense Department and Marine Corps over their son's death in a 2012 insider attack in Afghanistan.
Army First Lt. Clint Lorance was sentenced to 20 years in prison last year for a deadly shooting in Afghanistan. Now, new evidence in the case could lead to clemency.
The family of a Marine killed in a vicious "insider" attack in Afghanistan is now suing the Marine Corps, alleging top brass covered up the details of the incident.
The Army's investigation of Bowe Bergdahl's disappearance from his platoon is progressing slowly. Judge Andrew Napolitano was asked this morning what he thinks is going on.
Jennifer Griffin reported this morning (video above) on the dire financial situation facing the Afghan government. Despite hundreds of billions of dollars in American investment, the government in Kabul is asking for an immediate $537 million bailout from the United States.
After the death of a U.S. general Tuesday in the latest insider attack on NATO troops in Afghanistan, new questions are being raised about the impending U.S. withdrawal.
New information coming in this morning on an insider attack on NATO troops in Afghanistan, which killed a U.S. major general and wounded 15 others. The wounded were mostly Americans and some German troops.
New information coming in on an insider attack on American troops in Afghanistan, which has reportedly killed a U.S. major general.