The Biden administration is looking for new ways to stop terrorist threats in Afghanistan after withdrawing all troops.
President Joe Biden addressed the United Nations General Assembly and looked forward into the future.
The president is facing a healthy measure of skepticism from allies during his week of high-level diplomacy.
The international community has said that it will judge the Taliban by their actions.
In Kabul, a new sign heralded the “Ministry for Preaching and Guidance and the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice.”
The Pentagon has retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month.
Grant Stinchfield flips his wig at a U.S. veteran working to rescue Americans in Afghanistan.
The former president has insisted that the refugees are a threat. Trump adviser Stephen Miller said his focus is on convincing members of Congress.
Republicans have been trying to depict the 78-year-old president as somehow not in control of his own presidency.
The Taliban have said they want to form an inclusive, Islamic government. They have used violence in recent days against female protesters demanding equal rights.