The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked for authorization to investigate U.S. practices in Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson say the Trump administration has all the legal authority it needs to begin hostilities.
Drone strikes and other targeted attacks outside active hostile areas have increased under President Trump, killing a record number of civilians.
The destruction wrought by the U.S. military’s spraying of deadly chemical herbicides is one of the most tragic legacies of the conflict.
The Israeli prime minister consistently has opposed the nuclear agreement. Now, the U.S. president does also, to the dismay of his advisers.