How long must U.S. troops stay in Afghanistan?
Even fields of flowers have gotten the best of us in that land.
After 10 years of this remote-control killing, the Obama administration should seek effective solutions that adhere to international law.
Bastrop County really doesn't need the Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected truck it got from Uncle Sam for Christmas.
How can the United States afford to keep proving that it's bad at bringing peace to conflict-ridden Middle Eastern countries?
Congress shouldn't have passed the measure that gives the president wide military powers to pursue al-Qaeda and the Taliban in the first place and 12 years later a repeal is long overdue.
After 11 years of U.S. military operations, Afghanistan produces 90 percent of the world's poppies and 75 percent of the planet's heroin.
Rather than prolonging the quagmire in Afghanistan, Obama should take this opportunity to finally to honor his commitment to bring our troops home.