Contrasting the nation’s reactions to a pair of terror attacks over 30 years apart
Even if they could be found, the U.S. has effectively tied its own hands
An IG report on Afghan aid and an interview with a terrorist suspect show why the U.S. is a long way from ending the war on terror
Obama promises a lot more review but makes few immediate changes
For the first time since 2009, Obama stands a chance of winding down detention at Guantanamo Bay, but some Democrats still oppose his plans.
Even as the U.S. continues to remove dangerous extremist leaders from the field, it’s headed in the wrong direction on limiting safe havens
Every national security crisis is an opportunity (to push a political agenda).
Al-Qaeda and its allies eye “softer” targets in their own neighborhoods
A “next generation” device that could have slipped past airport security, and the evil genius behind it