Afghan Army commando killed USA soldiers in Nangarhar Afghanistan

So-called "green-on-blue" insider attacks by Afghan soldiers on worldwide service members were a major problem several years ago, but now occur less frequently after security measures were improved and the number of foreign troops in the country fell sharply.

Trump checks out agriculture tech in Iowa

Trump checks out agriculture tech in Iowa

FILE - In this October 28, 2016, file photo, then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. That margin helped Trump take the state by almost 9 points after Barack Obama won it for Democrats the previous two elections. And, he laughed, "add some money to it!" He hailed Branstad, the longest-serving governor in the nation's history and an early Trump backer, as "a legend" and "one great man".

Trump Calls Warmbier's Death 'Total Disgrace'

The former University of Virginia student had been visiting North Korea on a tour group when he was detained, sentenced to 15 years hard labor for subversion, and held for more than 17 months. South Korea's Defence Ministry said the bombers engaged in routine exercises with its fighter jets aimed at deterring the North. "It does not appear to be directly related to (signs of) another North Korea nuke test", the official added.

Multiple investigations will probe fatal Fitzgerald collision

Navy's Seventh Fleet commander said on Sunday. "We will coordinate with Japanese authorities on investigations and will address specific requests for access in accordance with normal procedures", a Navy spokesman said. While the ship will require "significant fix", it is "salvageable", Aucoin said , adding that he hopes the repairs take less than a year. The destroyer sustained significant damage to its starboard side and several sailors, including the ship's commanding officer, were ...

Senate GOP health bill would reshape Obama law

During the White House press briefing Tuesday, Spicer said he didn't know if President Trump or White House staffers had yet seen the bill. "I think the transparency issue has been somewhat overblown", he said. While the Senate bill does tie subsidies to income, rather than to age as the House bill did, that still doesn't help the millions of Americans who still can't really afford insurance outside of Medicaid .