The first eyewitness account of the HKIA attack

The first eyewitness account of the HKIA attack

U.S. Marine Major Ben Sutphen recently sat down with CBS Mornings' David Martin to give the first eyewitness account of the events on Aug. 26. On that day, Sutphen and many others were wounded, or worse, by the suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport...

$2bn B-2 stealth bomber crash lands in Missouri

$2bn B-2 stealth bomber crash lands in Missouri

A U.S. Air Force B-2 Spirit stealth bomber crash-landed at Whiteman AFB in Missouri yesterday. The costly $2 billion aircraft had a sudden "in-flight malfunction" in the early hours of Tuesday. Jennifer Green, an Air Force spokesperson, informed KMBC 9 News of the...

ATF: Biden withdraws nomination of David Chipman

ATF: Biden withdraws nomination of David Chipman

The White House announced today that David Chipman will not be the next director of the Bureau of Alchohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). The position will remain open once again, as it usually is. President Biden released a statement on the nomination...

How to help the HKIA bombing victims’ families

How to help the HKIA bombing victims’ families

On August 29, Marine Capt. Geoff Ball, the commander of Ghost Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment,  posted on Facebook about the circumstances of the bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Aug. 26. Besides offering some solemn clarification, Capt....

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HKIA bomber was in CIA custody for four years

HKIA bomber was in CIA custody for four years

Abdul Rehman al-Loghri, the man ISIS-K claimed as the suicide bomber who facilitated the August 26 attack at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, was in CIA custody for nearly four years before his release from prison on August 15....

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The first eyewitness account of the HKIA attack

The first eyewitness account of the HKIA attack

U.S. Marine Major Ben Sutphen recently sat down with CBS Mornings' David Martin to give the first eyewitness account of the events on Aug. 26. On that day, Sutphen and many others were wounded, or worse, by the suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA) in Kabul, Afghanistan. Through each word and recalled memory, Maj. Sutphen...

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Vaccine protest in Melbourne takes a violent turn

The Victorian government plans to shut down much of the Australian construction industry for two-weeks after a protest against compulsory vaccines for workers in the sector turned violent. On Monday, hundreds of construction workers and supporters wearing hi-visibility gear swarmed to protest outside of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and...

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