Tillerson met with the Afghan president to reaffirm a U.S. commitment to winning the war against the Taliban.
A sentencing hearing opens Monday as the soldier’s defense argues that President Trump has tainted the process.
In Saudi Arabia, the secretary of state praised increased cooperation between Riyadh and Baghdad.
We each had a reason to join. But no one wanted to die.
About 1,200 mourners attended the service to pay their respects.
The White House chief of staff and former four-star general, who lost a son to war, emphasized the public’s lack of understanding of sacrifice.
"All of us, from the president all the way down, live with decisions and consequences."
The White House press secretary said it's “highly inappropriate” to question a four-star general. Here are at least three four-star generals Trump has slammed.
“It was a moment of niceness that we needed because we were going through hell,” said Natasha De Alencar, whose husband was killed in Afghanistan.
The right to stay for people who fled wars and natural disasters is being reviewed by the Department of Homeland Security.
There are at least 24 cases now — and the State Department won’t rule out others.
To restore the measure, the administration would have to win in two appeals courts where it lost battles over the previous travel ban.
The report raises questions on the high costs of the war.
The only phone calls that really matter are from a fallen soldier's buddies, Kelly said.
Rapid gains by government forces may have cut off planned advances by U.S.-backed fighters.