War in Afghanistan
A report last month said U.S. troops were encouraged not to report the assaults.
Afghan forces are battling to retake the city from the Taliban.
The former CIA chief testified in front of Congress for the first time in three years.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) has urged Congress to pass a new AUMF.
An individual wearing an Afghan military uniform opened fire on their vehicle.
The retired general says Obama should reconsider his plan to withdraw most U.S. troops.
Pew Research Center found 58 percent of Americans support U.S. using drone attacks.
Republicans say the president paid too high a price for the soldier's return.
"Each one of you has left a legacy," he said.
U.S. commander in Afghanistan says U.S. has two years to build capability of Afghan forces.
President expressed gratitude to members of the military for their service.
The increased fighting comes as U.S. troops begin their drawdown.
Twenty-two people were killed when the U.S. hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital.
The House and Senate Armed Services committees should investigate, Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-Fla.) says.
A spokesman said there is nothing to preclude service members from reporting abuse.
They were killed when a man in an Afghan uniform opened fire.
Ayman Al-Zawahiri proclaimed loyalty to the new head of the Taliban.
The White House should allow U.S. troops to embed with Iraqi forces, she said.
Pentagon general counsel makes the case for the 2001 AUMF.
"We cannot afford to see Afghanistan spiral back into lawlessness," said Rep. Schiff.
Previously public info on taxpayer-funded projects will now be available to a select few.
Feinstein and Grassley want a "comprehensive, multi-agency" strategy from White House.
Retired Marine Gen. Allen is meeting with allies as the ISIS fight expands.
The 10-year deal allows 9,800 troops to remain past December.