With thousands of refugees still in Afghanistan fearing for their lives, more than a dozen U.S. governors on both sides of the aisle say their states are ready to welcome and help resettle the evacuees.  

Thousands of Afghans trapped by the sudden Taliban takeover rushed the tarmac in Kabul and clung to U.S. military planes (AP Photo/Shekib Rahmani)

Now that the Taliban contros Kabul, U.S. military leaders aren't sure all Americans can actually be rescued.


Adding insult to injury, the man who helped mastermind the Taliban's rapid takeover of Afghanistan, which stunned President Joe Biden, had been held at Guantanamo Bay for 12 years until he was freed in 2014 by then-President Barack Obama as part of a prisoner exchange for an American deserter.

Taliban fighters pose for photograph in Wazir Akbar Khan in the city of Kabul, Afghanistan

In an exclusive interview from an undisclosed location, Hamid told CBN News he's very concerned about the future of Afghanistan's tiny Christian community.

Thousands of Afghans rushed onto the tarmac of Kabul’s international airport, some so desperate to escape the Taliban capture of their country that they held onto an American military jet as it took off and fell to their death. (Verified UGC via AP)

After a full day of dramatic images of Afghans trying to flee the Taliban takeover of Kabul, President Joe Biden addressed the nation. While he stuck by his decision to leave Afghanistan, he offered no explanation for the United States' lack of preparation for the rapid collapse. 


As Taliban forces overtake Afghanistan, retired U.S. Navy SEAL Jocko Willink said it’s incumbent on all people to stand up against evil.


President Joe Biden returned to the White House Monday to address the nation on the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan, as the planned withdrawal of American forces turned deadly at Kabul's airport as thousands tried to flee the country a day after the Taliban's takeover.


The U.S. military struggled to manage a chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan on Monday as the Taliban patrolled the capital and tried to project calm after toppling the Western-backed government.

Smoke rises after fighting between the Taliban and Afghan security personnel in the city of Kandahar, southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021. (AP Photo/Sidiqullah Khan)

The entire country of Afghanistan could fall into the hands of Taliban soldiers as soon as 30-days after Islamic radicals captured three more major provincial capitals today. As insurgents press a lightning offensive now gradually encircling the capital city of Kabul, the Biden administration has been forced to rush 3,000 U.S. troops to help evacuate the U.S. embassy.

A Taliban fighter poses for a photo as he patrols inside the city of Ghazni, southwest of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021

In Afghanistan's western city of Farah, the Taliban celebrated their take over by dragging the dead body of an Afghan soldier through the streets, chanting "Allah is Great".