The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan confirmed Thursday that three American doctors -- including a father and son -- were killed by an Afghan security guard who opened fire at a Kabul hospital.
President Obama threatens to pull all U.S. forces from Afghanistan is new security agreement isn't signed.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday said a final draft of key U.S.-Afghan bilateral agreement has been reached after a series of phone calls with President Hamid Karzai this morning.
While many Americans have been led to believe the war in Afghanistan will soon be over, a draft of a key U.S.-Afghan security deal obtained by NBC News shows the United States is prepared to maintain military outposts in Afghanistan for many years to come, and pay to support hundreds of thousands of Afghan security forces.
Welcome home chants sent out for a Texoma pilot.
Family members of seven cargo plane crew members mourn their loss.
Family, friends, fellow airmen, and members of the Patriot Guard Riders greeted airmen at Municipal Airport as they returned home from their service in Afghanistan.
How one wounded warrior's endless motivation led to a one-of-a-kind innovation.
Could four-legged friends be the best prescription for troops with PTSD?
A U.S. Navy SEAL was killed early Sunday in the rescue of an American doctor who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, defense officials tell NBC News.
A special bond between man and man's best friend prompts a former marine in North Texas to help raise money for a war-time buddy to bring him home to the states.
"The Grotto" sits on the highest hill in Windthorst and overlooks the entire community.
A Windthorst High School junior got a special surprise today: His
brother returned from a more than seven month deployment in Afghanistan.
The U.S. ended combat mission in Iraq three months ago; withdrawing thousands of troops. But that is not the case in Afghanistan. In fact, an Army Specialist from Windthorst will soon deploy to the country. And earlier today, 19-year old Keaton Veitenheimer received a special "send-off" from family, friends, and dozens of former servicemen.
The U.S. ended combat mission in Iraq three months ago; withdrawing thousands of troops.
But that is not the case in Afghanistan.
In fact, an Army Specialist from Windthorst will soon deploy to the country.
And earlier today, 19-year old Keaton Veitenheimer received a special "send-off" from family, friends, and dozens of former servicemen.
Congressman Thornberry also weighed in on the U.S. military's alleged burning of Korans and other Islamic religious materials.
13th District US Congressman Mac Thornberry calls the President's announcement on military cuts "vague", and says it would be a mistake to squander America's defense capabilities. Thornberry points out that Congress and President Obama already agreed on the 487 billion dollars of reductions during the next 10 years, and he says the military's budget will still increase each year, just not as much as the military had planned.