Grant Stinchfield flips his wig at a U.S. veteran working to rescue Americans in Afghanistan.
Two health officials said more than 100 people were also injured.
A Defense Department spokesperson said the actions were “necessary to address the threat and appropriately limited in scope.”
Rep. Barbara Lee and allies have pushed politicians to reckon with U.S. overreach, and the Senate and Joe Biden are expected to help end the authorization.
The Democratic leader, who voted for the AUMF in 2002, warned that a future president could "use it as a justification for military adventurism."
Among the dead were at least 28 patients on ventilators battling severe symptoms of the coronavirus.
The president whose lies pushed the country into the Iraq War attempts to join the "reality-based community."
The pontiff and Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani delivered a powerful message of peaceful coexistence during their meeting in the holy city of Najaf.
Pope Francis brushed aside the coronavirus pandemic and security concerns to make his first-ever papal visit to the country.
Pope Francis will meet Iraq's Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, a prominent figure in Shiite Islam, to issue a joint call for peace.