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Story of a raid: US night operations anger Afghans

The American soldiers stormed into the Afghan family's compound in the middle of the night, kicking in doors and shouting. They ordered everyone into the yard, bound their hands, covered their heads and interrogated them for hours before taking away three men who had done nothing wrong.Full story

Delta does about-face on soldier baggage fees

  Delta Airlines came under withering criticism on Wednesday for charging some American soldiers returning from Afghanistan nearly $3,000 in baggage fees. NBC's Tom Costello reports.

Military says US soldier killed in southern Iraq

The U.S. military says an American soldier has been killed during operations in southern Iraq. Full story

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  'It's a great honor to serve your country...period'

American soldier Nick Lewis and his platoon, on the battle for hearts and minds in Afghanistan,  in one of the most remote places you can imagine. 

  What’s next for America’s terror mission?

With Osama bin Laden dead, what will happen to the futures of al-Qaida and the U.S. troops in Afghanistan? A political panel discusses.

  Working to uphold America’s relationship with Afghanistan

From Afghanistan to Pakistan, officials are reportedly angling for a key role in shaping the future of its neighbor once U.S. troops start moving out in July. Amb. Husain Haqqani discusses.

  Bradley Manning to be moved out of Quantico

Responding to intense pressure, the Pentagon is moving Bradley Manning, the Army private suspectedof giving classified data to WikiLeaks, from the Marine Corps brig at Quantico-Virginia to the Army prison at Fort Leavenworth, in Kansas. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports.

  One-on-one with Rep. Mike Rogers

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) tells David Gregory that we don’t know enough about the rebels in Libya yet, but nonetheless Gadhafi cannot stay in power. He also elaborates on the Obama Doctrine and humanitarian crises.

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