The Taliban now controls roughly one-third of Afghanistan -- more than at any time since 2001, when the war began
President Trump said on the campaign trail that NATO is obsolete because it doesn't fight terrorism, but the truth is, NATO alliance has been in Afghanistan for 16 years. Twenty-five NATO countries have forces there alongside more than 8,000 U.S. troops. Elizabeth Palmer brings us up to date on America's longest war.
President Trump publicly berated allies at the NATO summit for not paying their share for defense. The chief of the alliance complained that Mr. Trump isn't worried enough about Russia. Major Garrett reports from Brussels.
The United Kingdom held a moment of silence Thursday to honor the victims of Monday night's terror attack in Manchester. Queen Elizabeth also visited the hospital where the wounded are recovering. Mark Phillips reports.
Federal appeals court upholds block on travel ban; Three generations of women in one family all graduate this month
Hundreds of women were brought from Thailand to the U.S. in the sophisticated trafficking ring that concealed millions of dollars in earnings, according to a federal indictment
Spokesman for the anti-terror force in Libya says Salman Abedi telephoned his mother hours before the deadly bombing
Greek police say former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and two other people were wounded in an explosion in central Athens
Investigation found that building collapsed after U.S. bomb detonated explosives placed by ISIS
British PM Theresa May is furious that there's been a media leak of intelligence information regarding the Manchester bombing
The new AUMF proposed by Sens. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia and Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, would authorize force against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), al Qaeda and the Taliban
Beijing says U.S. guided missile destroyer "trespassed" near islands over which it claims "indisputable sovereignty"
Thousands demonstrate against Mr. Trump's arrival in Brussels, a city he once described as a "hellhole"
Police in Manchester, England have made more arrests as they investigate what they call a "network" connected to Monday's terror attack. British investigators are reportedly furious over American leaks of key intelligence. Mark Phillips reports.
New arrests in Britain overnight as the search intensifies for the possible bombmaker behind the Manchester concert terror attack. Also, a Montana Republican congressional candidate is accused of bodyslamming a reporter just hours before the state's special election. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
New arrests, photos of bomb remnants point to sophisticated plot as British leader says she'll voice concerns over intelligence leaks to Trump
Tanks roll into Marawi 2 days after army raid backfired, terrorists beheaded police chief, seized Catholics and torched buildings
There have been growing concerns about a "lost generation" of Syrians growing up outside their home country
Phil and Kim Dick were waiting in the arena's foyer for their 17-year-old daughter and 15-year-old granddaughter
It is the first such deployment since 2003, when a plot to blow up an airliner was uncovered