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The special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction, or SIGAR, has led the effort in recent years to uncover wasteful spending and boondoggled projects.
Trump singled out Pakistan. Here's how Russia, Iran and China are involved in Afghanistan.
The UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed in the ocean off Hawaii last week.
A statue of Vladimir Lenin draws renewed scrutiny after an impromptu protest by activists supporting President Trump.
Army and Coast Guard rescue crews are searching for survivors after officials lost contact with the helicopter off Oahu Tuesday night.
The video features a Chinese actor, dressed in a turban and phony beard, reciting lines in English but in a manner Indians “are perceived to speak."
It's the 11th fatality this year suffered by U.S. forces in Afghanistan, surpassing last year's total of 10.
In contrast to the commander in chief, military leaders have bluntly repudiated the racist ideologies that plunged Charlottesville into deadly violence.
“You should see the hatred in my email box,” Andrew Anglin, who operates the Daily Stormer, told The Washington Post. "... I'll tell you, there is a lot more hatred on their side than ours.”
Dunkin' Donuts, locked in a popularity contest with Starbucks and independent coffeehouses, may change its name.