President Biden has vowed to retaliate after the bombing killed at least 13 US troops outside Kabul Airport. ISIS-K, an affiliate of the Islamic State, has claimed responsibility for the blast. The attack occurs just weeks after the Taliban’s rapid takeover, when the United States competes to evacuate US citizens and Afghans abroad. Reported by CBS News Charida Gata and Nancy Cordes. Next, CBS News political contributor Shawn Sullivan, Washington Post’s White House correspondent, will join CBSN’s Lana Zack to discuss the latest developments.