Early evidence suggests smokers are more likely to suffer a severe form of the disease stemming from the novel coronavirus than non-smokers.
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Juul has been meeting with international politicians, regulators, and officials to lobby on vaping rules, putting forward health claims it cannot legally make in the U.S.
Holding property overseas is not illegal and does not in itself imply any wrongdoing, but concerns are mounting about alleged corruption among some senior Afghan officials.
Thirteen injured. Two more dead. The escalating American air war over Afghanistan took one extended family—and shattered it.
Steve Bannon, David Petraeus, and one of the world’s most controversial PR firms—they’re all part of the web connecting the Iraq war to foreign influence operations in Washington.
A series of airstrikes in February left 26 people in Afghanistan dead—including 19 children. To this day, there is no consensus about what happened, and why.
Defeating a hardened insurgent force is already hard. Doing it when many of your ‘troops’ don’t actually exist? That’s practically impossible.
Kidnapped and never seen again: Fighters backed by an American ally are being accused of forced disappearances in Yemen.
The U.S. has spent more than $70 billion on Afghan security. But the defense against the Taliban is falling to some very unconventional soldiers.
It’s not just the president’s disgraced former national security adviser with lobbying ties to Turkey.