Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri has appeared in a new video marking the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, months after rumors spread that he was dead.
A brief Suez Canal blockage Thursday forced authorities to redirect other vessels in the convoy to the other lane.
A powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck near the Mexican resort city of Acapulco on Tuesday night, killing at least one person.
Water that is treated but still radioactive from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant will soon be released into the ocean in a decades-long mission.
The Taliban say they have taken control of the last holdout of anti-Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban had not seized during their sweep of Afghanistan last month.
New Zealand authorities say they shot and killed a violent extremist after he entered a supermarket and stabbed and injured six shoppers.
Global health leaders say the COVID-19 mu variant is showing signs of some vaccine immunity.
"I was actually in favor of ending the war, but this isn't how you end it, we ended it with a lot of dishonor," he said. "I think it will very much damage our reputation as a nation."
“The last five aircraft have left, it’s over!” said Hemad Sherzad, a Taliban fighter stationed at Kabul’s international airport. “I cannot express my happiness in words. ... Our 20 years of sacrifice worked.”
The United States has completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, ending America’s longest war and closing a sad two-decade chapter in military history.
Quentin Quarantino is the alter ego of 25-year-old Tommy Marcus of New York City, previously best-known for his liberal memes and his jokes about opponents of COVID-19 vaccinations.
U.S. officials said 13 U.S. service members were among several people killed in a pair of suicide attacks outside the Kabul airport.
President Joe Biden said he is holding to the August 31 deadline to evacuate Americans and allies from Afghanistan after the Taliban took control.
The Defense Department will compel commercial airlines to help in the U.S. evacuation efforts of Afghans and American personnel.
U.S. military officials have released photos of U.S. soldiers helping families in Afghanistan desperate to escape the country after the Taliban took over.
Air Force vet Kim Osborn is working to help an old Afghani colleague as American troops withdraw from the nation.
Onlookers at the Kabul airport videoed the moment an American soldier reached over a barbed wire-topped wall to pull up an infant being held above a crowd of refugees.
"After this bad experience they were able to free that town, they could farm again, kids could play ball in the streets when before they couldn't, I don't think what they did was a waste," his mother said.
The U.S. Air Force posted a viral photo showing hundreds of Afghans packed into a C-17 desperately looking to flee the country after the Taliban’s takeover.
The Taliban is seeking to convince the world that it has changed from the group that imposed a brutal rule on the country in the 1990s.