Top of The World: China has announced mass coronavirus testing in Wuhan, the city of 11 million people where COVID-19 was first detected in 2019, after an increase in reported cases of the delta variant. And, the leader of a group helping those who’ve fled persecution in Belarus, Vitaly Shishov, has been hanged in a park in Kyiv, Ukraine. Also, the Taliban have captured nine out of 10 districts of Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province
Kabul's new female cop has a lot on her plate. She's a role model, a target and, oh yeah, a police officer. But Colonel Jamila Bayaaz says she's up to the task.
One of Afghanistan's most senior policewomen has died a day after being shot outside her home in Helmand province. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Candace Rondeaux, and asks about the threats facing women in Afghanistan.
Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez bonded over a shared love of coffee while deployed as US Marines in Afghanistan. Now, they've co-written a new e-book showing all of us how to make the the perfect cup of coffee at home.
Reporter Ben Anderson discovered evidence of some shocking behavior including corruption, kidnap, drug use, murder and child abuse.
The pullout of American forces from Afghanistan by 2014 has some feeling hopeful about the future of the war-torn country. But with the ongoing drone strikes in Pakistan, and continued violence in Afghanistan, it's often hard to see the progress over the border.
The most tweeted line of the debate was President Obama's zinger that the military has fewer horses and bayonets. So where are bayonets from? Anchor Marco Werman gets the answer, plus the history of bayonets from Chris Woolf.
During his visit to Afghanistan Wednesday, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta was confronted with a potentially volatile situation. An Afghan civilian employee on a military base breached the security barriers in what some are describing as an attack on Panetta.
NATO troops hand power over to the Afghan National Army in Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan.