An estimated 53,000 Afghans are currently living on US military bases after undergoing extensive background checks. Nearly half are children.
Project Dynamo is still evacuating Americans and US visa holders out of Afghanistan even after Western militaries have all withdrawn from the country.
One doctor told The Guardian that he's had to medicate some refugees due to the stress of being housed in inadequate conditions.
Two women asked for a refund for their stay at Scarborough's Grand Hotel after seeing negative reviews about "uncontrolled refugee children."
Agencies are working day and night to get Afghans resettled. Just because the media has moved on doesn't mean the crisis is over.
An Afghan father waited years for the US government to process his application for a Special Immigrant Visa, the lawsuit says. It never happened.
GOP politicians are stoking fears about refugees and immigrants. Instead of debating policy, their language fuels dangerous conspiracy theories.
There are 37,000 Afghans in the first wave of evacuees set to arrive in the US in the coming weeks, with California and Texas taking on the most.
The photographer Alan Chin looks back at six months that changed America: the Sept. 11 attacks, and the start of the war in Afghanistan.
Emails obtained by the New York Times described "tense" and "hot" conditions in Qatar for Afghan evacuees.
Refugees can't even furnish an apartment with the funds the US government provides, one agency leader told Insider.
The Taliban said Afghans with valid passports and visas would be allowed to leave the country, but passport offices are closed.
More than 23,000 Afghans evacuated from Afghanistan have already entered the US between August 17 and August 31, US officials said.
A State Department official estimated Wednesday that the US left behind "the majority" of special immigrant visa (SIV) applicants in Afghanistan.
A group of Afghan social-media workers, journalists, activists, and 75 children fled Taliban rule on a flight to Mexico this Tuesday.
Republican Rep. Scott Perry was one of the 16 Republicans who voted against the bipartisan Allies Act meant to expedite visas for Afghan refugees.
Japan was only able to rescue one Kyodo News reporter from its evacuation plan, after being hindered by legal restrictions and difficulties getting people to the airport.