By Hayes Brown on May 27, 2014
And it may be even sooner, if a key agreement isn't signed in the near future.
By Hayes Brown on May 21, 2014
Up for debate Wednesday: whether or not to keep in place the 2001 authorization that has led to the U.S. acting in Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen, and beyond.
By Hayes Brown on April 30, 2014
The U.S. spent about $5 million to help set up Afghanistan's version of Twitter. And everyone there knows it and is more than happy about it.
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By Joanna M. Foster on April 29, 2014
Tens of thousands of people have been displaced and over 120 are dead after flash floods swept through northern Afghanistan.
By Hayes Brown on April 7, 2014
Nearly seven million cast votes over the weekend in Afghanistan's presidential election. Here's what you need to know.
By Caroline Wadhams on April 4, 2014
Afghans will go to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president. What will the result it mean for them and for the U.S.-Afghanistan relationship?
By Hayes Brown on March 31, 2014
After more than ten years and thousands of lives lost, finally a month without combat deaths.
By Hayes Brown on March 20, 2014
Russia and the U.S. relations are frigid, but that doesn't appear to be stopping the Pentagon's purchase of Russian-made helicopters for Afghanistan.
By Aarthi Gunasekaran on March 6, 2014
Hamid Karzai's brother dropped out of race so succeed him as Afghanistan's next president, leaving Zalmai Rassoul as Karzai's likely preferred candidate.
By Hayes Brown on February 19, 2014
Polio is on the brink of eradication. But violence in these four states is hampering efforts to end the scourge once and for all.