When Ashraf Ghani was declared the winner of the Afghan presidential elections, contender Abdullah Abdullah refused to accept the result. He said he believed the vote was rigged. After months of tension the two candidates agreed to a power sharing deal. We'll take a look at what happened.
In Laos, unexploded cluster bombs dropped by the U.S. during the Vietnam War still pose real danger to civilians, including children and poor farmers.Titus Peachey is director of peace education for the Mennonite Central Committee. He's worked extensively in Laos to help villagers remove U.S.
In the ongoing national conversation about the legacy and impact of 9/11, there are inevitably conversations about the two wars that have followed the shocking events of that day, and of the impact these wars have had on the lives of the men and women who continue to serve.
A onetime Chicago Police commander convicted of lying about the torture of suspects contends he deserves a lighter prison sentence because of his service to this country.In a recent filing, attorneys for Jon Burge cited his tours of duty in Korea and Vietnam in arguing that he deserves a break.