The latest news on Taliban
A U.S. commander turned a squad of Afghan policemen into a crack motorbike unit.
Mine-resistant vehicles not enough to protect U.S. forces in Afghanistan from powerful roadside bombs.
The resurgent Taliban is drawing more U.S. forces into the battle.
The government is under pressure to fight extremists—and the impression it's fighting America's war.
There's a reason the Taliban insurgency keeps gaining ground—drug money.
NATO faces intense fighting 30 miles from Kabul.
The U.S. commander there, in an exclusive interview, calls for a further buildup to counter the Taliban
First reported killed in 2006, Midhat Mursi was the apparent target of an airstrike on Monday.
After two Iraq deployments, members of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit face a different sort of war.
With high gas prices, Bush renewed his call for offshore drilling.