When he takes office Friday, Donald Trump will carry with him a web of potential conflicts of interest not seen in modern U.S. history.
Loyd made his first appearance in an Orlando courtroom Thursday morning following a nine-day manhunt sparked after the killing of a police officer.
As a candidate, he pledged to run insurgents out of Afghanistan. But to the dismay of millions of Afghans, the war has not been won or even finished.
Here is why lawmakers say they're boycotting, skipping, or simply out of town for Trump's inauguration.
One U.S. official told NBC News that "several dozen" militants were believed to have been killed in the strikes.