A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle near a police special forces base in eastern Afghanistan.
The move would open the door for the African country to get international loans and aid needed to revive its economy.
The militia factions' comments indicate some deescalation following weeks of tensions.
While much of the discussion focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, the candidates also veered into national security and defense.
As the war begins its 20th year, some service members have watched as their sons and daughters continue the fight.
The U.S. Army announced that it is shutting down two of the specialized organizations it stood up after the 9/11 attacks.
The nature of the new threat posed by ISIS that triggered this U.S. response was not described.
It's Official: Sgt. Maj. Thomas "Patrick" Payne will receive the Medal of Honor Sept. 11 at the White House.
No U.S. forces were killed or wounded, a statement said, dismissing an al-Shabaab claim of U.S. casualties.
A wave of attacks across Afghanistan left at least 17 people dead and scores more wounded.
There are nearly 15 million American males between the ages of 63 and 78. Approximately 5.5 million are Vietnam-era veterans.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
Nearly half of the more than 69,000 claims for "Blue Water Navy" Agent Orange benefits have been processed.
About 200 soldiers going through Basic Combat Training at Sill were issued a full Army Green Service Uniform.
The operations halt follows a pair of recent crashes, including one that killed two military officers.