The Taliban now controls roughly one-third of Afghanistan -- more than at any time since 2001, when the war began
President Trump said on the campaign trail that NATO is obsolete because it doesn't fight terrorism, but the truth is, NATO alliance has been in Afghanistan for 16 years. Twenty-five NATO countries have forces there alongside more than 8,000 U.S. troops. Elizabeth Palmer brings us up to date on America's longest war.
President Trump publicly berated allies at the NATO summit for not paying their share for defense. The chief of the alliance complained that Mr. Trump isn't worried enough about Russia. Major Garrett reports from Brussels.
The United Kingdom held a moment of silence Thursday to honor the victims of Monday night's terror attack in Manchester. Queen Elizabeth also visited the hospital where the wounded are recovering. Mark Phillips reports.