War in Afghanistan (2001-)
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Mine-resistant vehicles not enough to protect U.S. forces in Afghanistan from powerful roadside bombs.
Financial crisis. Two wars. Rising rivals. And talk about whether the American era is coming to an end.
Violence is down in Iraq, but voters are still asking questions about troop withdrawal.
Adm. Mike Mullen says he's not in a 'strategic holding pattern.'
The new head of U.S. Central Command praises the drop in violence in Iraq, but warns of "storm clouds."
The resurgent Taliban is drawing more U.S. forces into the battle.
Gen. David McKiernan says he needs more U.S. troops "as quickly as possible" to take on insurgents.
The victor in November will work his way on—and around—the Bush legacy.
The shift in strategy could allow more troops to be sent to Afghanistan, but it comes with big risks.
The government is under pressure to fight extremists—and the impression it's fighting America's war.