War

Afghans who worked with Americans have said they fear for their lives after President Biden announced the withdrawal of U.S. troops by September.
Veterans reflect on the mission that America ignored — and that many of them are still paying for.
More than 20 states still have food benefit restrictions for people convicted of drug felonies thanks to a law from the 1990s.
“The grief is raw," Biden said of Section 60, where America's most recent war dead are buried. "It’s a visceral reminder of the living cost of war.”
"It is time to end America’s longest war," President Joe Biden said.
Like Biden, the last two presidents repeatedly criticized the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan. Both left office with thousands of American troops still in the country.
The president doubled down on his promise to end America's longest-running war at a Thursday press conference, though he said a May 1 deadline seemed unlikely.
But she'll be tried as a juvenile because she was under 21 when she worked as a secretary at Stutthof, officials said.
"We can govern with the courage to admit the mistakes of our past -- and the decency to set a better path forward,” Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.
President Donald Trump's pardons include military contractors who killed children, law enforcement officers who violated civil rights and, of course, his allies.