Protests have broken out worldwide as critics worry the talks will lead to legitimizing the Taliban regime despite the group’s stance on women’s rights.
Processing delays and application backlogs had left thousands of Afghans in the U.S. approaching the deadline for their humanitarian parole.
The State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development are stonewalling probes into Biden’s Afghanistan policy, an inspector general said.
Nine people involved in the pull-out from Afghanistan said Biden’s recent defense of his policy was a dishonest political move.
The White House publicly released a 12-page summary of the results of the so-called “hotwash” of U.S. policies around the ending of the nation’s longest war.
A new report from Human Rights Watch detailed the plight of Afghans who are stuck in limbo in the country.
The Taliban has banned women from attending universities — so they've started a movement.
If Congress fails to pass a bill establishing a path to permanent residence, many evacuees could be deported to Afghanistan — and face retaliation from the Taliban.
Musharraf ruled the nuclear-armed state after his 1999 coup through tensions with India, an atomic proliferation scandal and an Islamic extremist insurgency.
The action followed a BBC story that the Taliban was paying for the verification marks as part of Musk's strategy to make money.