Sununu Expecting 100-200 Afghan Refugees To Arrive In New Hampshire After 'Diligent' Screening ProcessNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday that he's expecting 100 to 200 Afghan refugees to arrive in the state soon. 
Veteran Credits Rep. Seth Moulton For Family's Rescue In AfghanistanA former Afghan interpreter and U.S. soldier says his family is out of Afghanistan and the code words “Tom Brady” played a big part in their rescue.
'It Was Heart-Wrenching': After Kabul Attack, Veteran Says It's Time To Bring Soldiers HomeThe attacks in Kabul were painful for families who call Afghanistan home and veterans who have already sacrificed so much.
'It Is Time To Leave': Mass. Lawmakers Say Evacuations Must Continue After Kabul AttackU.S. officials said at least 13 service members were killed in an explosion at an entry gate to Kabul's airport.
Keller @ Large: Moulton's Trip To Afghanistan Looks Like 'Especially Clueless' Publicity StuntWBZ-TV has confirmed that Moulton’s office misled Worcester Congressman Jim McGovern about why he needed McGovern to cast a proxy vote for him.
Seth Moulton's Secret Visit To Afghanistan Slammed As 'Irresponsible' By US OfficialsRep. Seth Moulton is facing heavy criticism from government officials over his secret trip to Afghanistan.
Afghans In Massachusetts Worry About Family Back Home Under Taliban Rule"Every time I think about them, I think what's going to happen to them."
'Massachusetts Is Ready To Assist Afghan Refugees,' Baker SaysMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday that the state is ready to help refugees from Afghanistan.
'The Taliban Tried To Blow Up My Whole Family,' Local Afghans Worried For Those Desperate To Get OutAs the Taliban takes over Afghanistan, many are trying to get their family members out of the country.
'I'm In Shock': Gold Star Families, Veterans Gather For Vigil After Taliban Takes Over AfghanistanA last-minute candlelight vigil for veterans and supporters drew a small but emotional crowd Monday night, hours after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban.
Locals Who Served In Afghanistan Worried About Allies After Taliban TakeoverJohn Velis is now channeling his emotions into action by advocating on behalf of Afghan interpreters who helped the U.S. Military.