'Preliminary review' looks at whether interrogations followed guidance of the Bush 'torture memos.'
Just 650 Afghans are fighting alongside the 4,000 US Marines in the Helmand province. US commanders and now Congress are pushing to grow Afghan security forces.
The Obama administration wants to replace the controversial Bush initiative with a cheaper, less rigorous ID program.
A second look at the tangled tale of America’s first impeachment trial.
The aid is partly to offset anger at the US-supported counterinsurgency campaign.
The inspector general finds too few watchdogs keeping an eye on how US reconstruction funds are spent.
Obama wanted $850 million for pandemic preparedness. Congress said no.
Defense secretary applies lessons of Iraq, Afghanistan to new Pentagon budget.
The "insatiable" American demand for illegal drugs is part of the problem, she says, and hints at changes ahead in US drug-control policies.