The annual Global Terrorism Index said that the number of terrorist deaths worldwide fell significantly from 2017 to 2018.
Two U.S. service members were killed in a helicopter crash on Wednesday in Afghanistan, however, preliminary reports do not indicate it was caused by enemy fire.
"[They're] asked to bear the responsibility of a hundred percent of [the country's] safety," said actor and former U.S. Marine Adam Driver. "What better community to arm with the new means of self-expression than the men and women of our armed forces and the family that supports them?"
The critics of Trump's foreign policy decisions are not offering any new solutions to the complex problems that America faces.
The report by Human Rights Watch accuses the Afghan forces, which are supported by the U.S., of "war crimes."
Buttigieg rejected any proposal to "completely withdraw" troops from the Middle East, and said President Trump's erratic foreign policy is affecting Americans' safety.
War is messy. You can't expect a clean war or "zero" civilian casualties. But it's been 18 years, and we've all gotten too complacent about death.
"I always just kept this real hope that there's an answer out there," the U.S. Navy corpsman said.
The Netflix series "Haunted" is back for its second season, telling six "true story" encounters with the supernatural.
Indian-born Asim Umar had been the head of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) since 2014.
Khan lamented the huge human and economic cost of the War on Terror, noting that Pakistan "took a real battering."
Two U.S. Army soldiers turned amateur "merchants of death" were indicted for attempting to sell military weapons and explosives to a smuggler bound for Mexico.
Let's pay tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks with a bold action to ensure that we don't create more victims.
Trump said he had been ready to meet Taliban leaders on Sunday but cancelled the visit following the death of a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan last week.
Over 40 retired generals and admirals write to the President to list what will make the difference between a strong and effective Afghan deal, and a weak and symbolic one that doesn't.
"It reveals that there is no process in this administration, there is no serious policymaking process," former CIA Director John Brennan said.
A Taliban spokesperson criticized Trump's decision to cancel a planned meeting with the group's representatives that was scheduled for this weekend.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Florida Rep. Michael Waltz both had tough words for the commander in chief after he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David.
"We have consistently stressed that genuine peace is possible when the Taliban stop the killing of Afghans, embrace an inclusive ceasefire, and enter into direct negotiations with the Afghan government," Afghan government spokesman Sediq Sediqqi wrote Sunday.
The president said leaders from the Taliban were secretly supposed to fly into the United States on Saturday night before he cancelled it.
Sgt. 1st Class Elis A. Barreto Ortiz, 34, from Morovis, Puerto Rico, was killed Thursday after an improvised explosive device in a vehicle detonated in Kabul.
Maintaining the CIA and the Afghan paramilitaries it works with would seriously undermine any peace agreement.
Violence continues to plague Afghanistan, even as the nearly year-long talks between the Trump administration and the Taliban appeared on the cusp of a breakthrough.
The president has called the Koch brothers "totally overrated" and "a total joke in real Republican circles."
Negotiators are reportedly close to an initial agreement that will open dialogue between the Taliban and the Afghan government with a view to ending almost two decades of conflict.
U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Dustin B. Ard, 31, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, died Thursday from wounds he sustained during combat operations in Zabul, a southern Afghan province bordering Kandahar.
Reports say at least three civilians and dozens of fighters died.
The Fox News host mocked Biden for reportedly embellished stories about visits to the front line in Afghanistan to meet soldiers.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said "it's possible" Moscow could serve as "a guarantor in the agreement" between the Taliban and the U.S., which was accused of "double standards" in battling terror.