- Data Covid-19 USA — Founded in 2015, the Afghan splinter group from ISIS counts as its foes U.S. forces and the Taliban.
The spy agency had plans to de-emphasize counterterrorism operations to focus on rising global powers. History got in the way.
The U.S. and its allies waged war for 20 years to try to defeat terrorists in Afghanistan. A double-suicide bombing demonstrated that they remain a threat.
Israel’s new prime minister, Naftali Bennett, heads to Washington promising better relations and seeking support for covert attacks on Iran’s nuclear program.
Pakistan, nominally a U.S. partner in the war, was the Afghan Taliban’s main patron, and sees the Taliban’s victory as its own. But now what does it do with its prize?
An Islamic State affiliate that is a sworn enemy of both the Taliban and the United States threatens a large-scale attack against the mission at the airport.
In 2001, when the Taliban were weak and ready to surrender, the U.S. passed on a deal. Nearly 20 years later, the Taliban hold all the cards.
The president made misleading or false claims about the reaction of allies to the withdrawal, the presence of Al Qaeda and conditions for Americans traveling to the Kabul airport.
A new lawsuit says the banks, including Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered, ignored warnings that their customers were helping to finance attackers targeting Americans in Afghanistan.
With fresh material from bin Laden’s hide-out, Peter Bergen, in “The Rise and Fall of Osama bin Laden,” gives us a three-dimensional portrait.
- This is how the Army treats its Officers — Giant FU… Check out the incredible email that HRC sent me last week about my promotion to Major...... A little background - I was selected for promotion to Major in January 2019, but thanks to GRAP I was referred to a Promotion Review Board. The PRB met…