The president has set a dangerous standard
The Afghan army hopes to prove it can rout the Taliban without the aid of U.S. or NATO troops
With the Taliban dominant, ISIS will have trouble making space in Pakistan—though the group is becoming more popular
A Taliban commander exchanged for the release of a POW attempts to return to the battlefield, raising questions about closing Guantanamo
Schools across Pakistan were on an extended break following the Dec. 16 attack, which claimed the lives of more than 140 people
It's not clear if the massacre of at least 132 school children means the Taliban has weakened or remains strong
The Peshawar massacre must mark a turning point in Pakistan's battle against Taliban militants
Spokesperson says more than a dozen operations have been carried out since Tuesday
But persistent questions remain over the military’s relationship with extremist groups
As the 141 children and teachers who were killed in Pakistan’s deadliest terrorist attack at a school in Peshawar were buried by their bereft parents and...
Pakistani troops are still trying to eliminate the gunmen and rescue students
Indian schools join lawmakers in observing two minutes of silence after #IndiawithPakistan trends on Twitter
The 17-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate wanted it to be displayed
The militant group appears to be stepping up its campaign of violence in the Afghan capital as foreign forces prepare to withdrawal
(WASHINGTON) — U.S. troops in Afghanistan may once again engage Taliban fighters, not just al-Qaida terrorists, under new guidelines quietly approved by...
Wednesday's attacks involved two suicide bombers targeting buses carrying Afghan troops in the country's capital
The U.S. may exit in 2016, but it will need to bring and keep Afghans at the table for a long time after that.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel told Congress on Saturday that the United States would be transferring five detainees from Guantanamo Bay. Their release is...
The Taliban remains ideologically divided, and the Afghan government isn't necessarily prepared for talks.
A close look at video of Bowe's release