As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from the longest war in its history, a look at the lives changed, promises made, and ideas shaped by war in Afghanistan.
If you want to understand the U.S. War in Afghanistan, place it in a larger historical context: Afghanistan's 35-year civil war.
Despite our best efforts at optimism, Afghanistan is in for a rough ride in the months ahead.
U.S. veterans give their firsthand stories of life & war in Afghanistan.
Three Afghan women write about violence and shelter, the Taliban, and getting to vote.
An assortment of the best photos of life in Afghanistan in all its many facets.
An injured Marine stuck inside Walter Reed yearns for the action of Afghanistan.
The 2011 burning of a sacred Quran in Florida provoked a deadly, little known, and massively misunderstood maelstrom in Afghanistan.
In 2006, we first learned of a former Taliban spokesman studying at Yale. Eight years later, we follow up for the rest of the story.
How have the wars in Afghanistan & Iraq changed life for amputees? A short documentary film explores.
Traditionally, games lead players to think strategically, not ethically. That's changing in the era of "Grand Theft Auto."
Ending poverty requires figuring out what the poor really need — and letting them make that decision.
Understanding the real motives of Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and Julian Assange.
It will teach boys a practical skill (and could very well improve America's marriages).
An "it's not me, it's you" feeling is spreading in the U.K.
Is the legacy of colonialism an actual factor in anti-gay laws, or is it just window dressing to distract from homophobia?
Lethal injection may be "less barbaric" than some alternatives, but it's still barbaric. Is there a better alternative?
An irony in campaign finance reform: no one capable of making a change is interested, and no one bent on reform is wealthy enough to make it happen. Can a new Super PAC change that?