|Afghan presidential contender threatens boycott
An adviser to a leading Afghan presidential contender, Abdullah Abdullah, says the candidate is threatening to boycott the country's ballot audit, which has been mired in obstacles.
|Rights group slams US over Afghan civilian deaths
Amnesty International says the U.S. has failed to properly investigate Afghan civilian deaths, even possible war crimes, which occurred during military operations in Afghanistan.
|Gautier to Honor Wounded Veteran at Bacot Park
In 2010, Sergeant Anthony McDaniel of Gautier was four months into his second deployment when he lost both legs and left hand when he stepped on an I.E.D. in Afghanistan. Video
|Another attack kills seven Afghan police officers
As U.S. officials prepare to fly home the body of a two-star Army general who was killed by an Afghan soldier yesterday, there's been another so-called insider attack targeting Afghan security forces.
|US general killed in Afghan attack
A U.S. official says "about a dozen" of the victims of an Afghan insider attack today were Americans, and at least one American was killed.
|Sailor Surprises Son by Coming Home from Afghanistan Early
Any sailor would look forward to coming home, but it means much more when you have a family to return to. Video
|Fundraiser Held for Disabled Afghanistan Veteran
A few weeks ago, News 25 brought you the story of an Afghanistan veteran, Sean Baptiste. Monday, Baptiste is getting some support in return. Video
|Wounded War Veteran Asks for Public's Help
War veteran, Sean Baptiste, moved to Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina to help rebuild homes that were destroyed. Now he's asking for help in return. Video