The latest news on Afghanistan
There remains a great deal of debate about whether more troops to Afghanistan is the right move.
The president deploys 17,000 addition troops, with a further buildup likely.
Today's selection of timely reports.
Check out the Two Takes debate in this week's digital edition.
The camps are filled with tribal families fleeing Pakistani military operations and U.S. airstrikes.
Tribalism and geography of 11th-century state would make fight even tougher, writes Christopher Brown.
Army can't rebuild Iraq, Afghanistan without help, say scholars Antonia Chayes and Dipali Mukhopadhyay.
Birds aren't just a threat to New York flights. Afghan air controllers want to rid Bagram of birds.
Topping the list: Iraq, Afghanistan, and nuclear arms control.
A U.S. unit tries to hold the line across the border from insurgent safe havens in Pakistan.