Morning Jolt: State Department Finds 76 More Americans in Afghanistan

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On the menu today: The U.S. State Department announces that since Thursday, it has been contacted by another 76 American citizens in Afghanistan, of whom 20 want to leave the country; families of more than two dozen American hostages held abroad write a letter questioning President Biden's commitment to bringing their loved ones home; and a useful perspective on just what kind of "extremism" worries Joe Biden.

State Department: We Found Another 76 Americans in Afghanistan We Missed Earlier

Last Thursday, the U.S. State Department informed congressional staff that it is in touch with 363 American citizens in Afghanistan, 176 of whom want to leave, according to Jennifer Hansler, who covers the department for CNN.

On Tuesday Colin Kahl, under secretary of defense for policy, testified before the Senate and said in response to questions from Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma ...

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State Department Finds 76 More Americans in Afghanistan

On the menu today: The U.S. State Department announces that since Thursday, it has been contacted by another 76 American citizens in Afghanistan, of whom 20 want to leave the country; families of more than two dozen American hostages held abroad write a letter questioning President Biden's commitment to bringing their loved ones home; and a useful perspective on just what kind of "extremism" worries Joe Biden.

State Department: We Found Another 76 Americans in Afghanistan We Missed Earlier

Last Thursday, the U.S. State Department informed congressional staff that it is in touch with 363 American citizens in Afghanistan, 176 of whom want to leave, according to Jennifer Hansler, who covers the department for CNN.

On Tuesday Colin Kahl, under secretary of defense for policy, testified before the Senate and said in response to questions from Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma ...   READ MORE

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