by Hayes Brown Posted 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 Posted 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 Posted 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.
by Hayes Brown Posted on February 6, 2014
In the first case of its kind, the Taliban claim to have captured a military working dog in a recently released video.
by Hayes Brown Posted on January 29, 2014
A U.S.-funded hospital in Afghanistan is reportedly so poorly constructed, "patients, including newborn infants, are washed in untreated river water."
by Christopher Butterfield Posted on October 15, 2013
With international security forces leaving at the end of 2014 and peace with the oppressive Taliban looming, the advances made by women in Afghanistan are under threat.
by Hayes Brown Posted on October 8, 2013
Congress scrambled to provide relief to active duty military members ahead of the shutdown. Less fortunate have been the families of those killed in service of their country, as the first shutdown in a time of war stretches onward.
by Hayes Brown Posted on October 1, 2013
As the government shuts down, the locals who risked everything -- including their lives -- in helping American soldiers are being left behind.
by Zack Beauchamp Posted on September 26, 2013
It turns out everything we know about the drone campaign...isn't very much.
by Ben Armbruster & Hayes Brown Posted on August 13, 2013
Following the rules of engagement is apparently keeping American soldiers in Afghanistan from being able to "kick butt" and "take names."