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A standoff between police and anti-war demonstrators near the NATO summit at McCormick Place left several protesters bloodied and led to dozens of arrests, as delegates gathered for the first of two days of meetings. The confrontation, which flared up...
With the war in Afghanistan going badly, Western forces have been ordered to adopt new safeguards to keep themselves from being killed. That's no surprise. The surprise is where the danger comes from: not the Taliban or al-Qaida, but our own allies....
WASHINGTON (AP) — As slogans go, President Barack Obama’s promise of the “light of a new day” in Afghanistan isn’t nearly as catchy as the “Mission Accomplished” banner on the USS Abraham Lincoln the day President...
World NowFrench President Francois Hollande made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan, days after a NATO summit at which he discomfited allies by insisting that France would pull out its combat troops by the end of the year....
World NowA growing diplomatic dispute over Pakistan's refusal to reopen supply routes for U.S. and other troops in Afghanistan threatened to overshadow President Obama’s efforts on the final day of the NATO summit to finalize plans for ending the unpopular...
The American soldier accused of massacring 17 people in a solo rampage on a remote southern Afghanistan village faces multiple charges of murder and attempted murder. Whisked out of the country by the Army, he is now being held at Fort Leavenworth, Kan....
pix11.com | @wpixA former New York City cab driver who pleaded "guilty" in a terror plot to bomb subways took the stand Monday against his friend from Flushing High School as a federal trial starts in the conspiracy case involving 28-year-old Adis Medunjanin....
The Taliban claimed responsibility Friday for downing a Black Hawk helicopter in southern Afghanistan. "Yesterday (Thursday) evening Taliban fighters shot down a helicopter and killed all its passengers in Khanashen Dewalak area near Garmsir, southern...
By ZAK SLAYBACK Somerset Thomas Jefferson, the greatest intellectual that the United States has produced, wrote in the Declaration of Independence that governments are "instituted among men" to preserve the rights to "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of...
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Will the final chapters of the Afghan war be written in Chicago? It's possible. At next month's NATO summit here, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and global leaders will discuss an exit strategy for foreign troops fighting the Taliban, a task no doubt...
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Change of SubjectLike many of you, I live in a protective bubble when it comes to war. My children aren’t fighting overseas — my older son is 22, but he’s headed off to graduate school in the fall, not basic training —......
World NowThe American war effort in Afghanistan is making progress despite recent setbacks, the top U.S. commander there told Congress on Tuesday....
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