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The latest attack on U.S. military personnel by trained Afghan forces raises concerns on the security screening process. CNN's Brian Todd investigates the danger to Americans.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's fiery meeting with a House Committee.
CNN's Jim Sciutto examines the rumors surrounding Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's abduction by the Taliban.
Deputy National Security Adviser Antony Blinken defends the Bowe Bergdahl swap and condemns Fox News' claims.
CNN's Brian Todd takes a closer look at Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's road to recovery after nearly five years in captivity.
Months after they first went missing, an American woman and her husband are seen in a newly released video that allegedly shows them held captive in Afghanistan. CNN Foreign Affairs Reporter Elise Labott reports on the pressure their families are putting on the U.S. government to negotiate their release.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, the George W. Bush administration's legal adviser at the State Department says that President Obama made the right call to swap Sgt. Bergdahl for give Taliban suspects because the detainees had to be released eventually anyway.
Very little is known about how Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl went missing or what his time in captivity was like, but CNN's Brian Todd has found a surprising source of information: The WikiLeaks cables.
The U.S. military hospital in Germany that is treating Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl says that he is in stable condition and is receiving treatment for nutritional issues. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
CNN's George Howell reports on Bowe Bergdahl's homecoming from the soldier's hometown in Hailey, Idaho.