War in Afghanistan
Army Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, who was killed in an insider attack, will be buried Thursday.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) offered his condolences Wednesday to the family of U.S....
The program provides visas to Afgan citizens who work with the U.S. military.
The Arkansas Republican is calling on the Senate to halt overseas military pink slips.
The photo, taken while he was in captivity, was posted on Twitter Wednesday.
The lawmaker told the White House he shouldn't be reading the Pentagon budget in the media.
The U.S. ultimately cannot afford to keep a presence there in perpetuity, Obama said.
The president has come under criticism over the swap for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
NATO said the allied forces had been fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
The administration rejected comparisons with a Marine currently held in Mexico.
White House confident it has "tools and resources" to deal with released prisoners.
The Army secretary said they would speak to him about "his disappearance and captivity."
Kerry's visit comes days after a U.S. general was killed by an Afghan soldier.
Obama said Ryan Pitts embodies "humility and loyalty" that define U.S. troops.
The legislation provides $489.6 billion for the base budget and $59.7 billion for wartime funds.
The new score could make it easier for lawmakers to approve a final bill.
Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Votel expressed concerns about the health of special forces troops.
If confirmed, Army Gen. John Campbell will oversee the end of combat operations.
Senate Dems breaking with White House over plan to leave U.S. troops through 2016.
The Speaker spoke publicly for the first time about the controversial prisoner exchange.
Lawmakers say they learned nothing from a classified briefing on the prisoner swap.
Feinstein threw another jab at the administration over Bergdahl's release Friday.
“It has encouraged our people," said a Taliban leader about the prisoner swap.
Lawmakers have implied the deal may have broken the law.