The ISIS Volunteer Who Won’t Be Coming Home
They’re Still Pulling Bodies Out of ISIS’ Capital
An investigation by Airwars.org shows that Coalition-inflicted casualties were vastly higher than acknowledged, and the Trump administration doesn’t want to know.
Sex Slaves, Drugs, ISIS and Al Qaeda in Africa
It’s impossible to separate the traffic in humans, the traffic in drugs, and the ambitions of Al Qaeda and ISIS. They are all part of the same picture.
Secrets of the Afghan Peace Talks
Both sides are edging toward a serious dialogue. Their visions are far apart—but both know that ISIS is waging its own war of terror in Afghanistan, and it threatens everyone.
One Woman’s Clumsy Attempt to Seduce an ISIS Jihadist Online
‘Profile,’ the latest from filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov (‘Wanted’), is a based-on-a-true-story tale of a journalist posing as a young female ISIS recruit, set entirely on screens.
Held Without Charge
Trump Uses War Vs. Saddam to Justify Jailing American Today
More details are emerging about the unnamed American ISIS ‘fighter’ who surrendered to U.S. allies, the thumb drive he had with him—and the law being used to keep him locked up.
Eastwood’s Film About American Heroes Could Free the Villain
By replaying the attack on a high-speed train to Paris in 2015 with the real protagonists, Eastwood may compromise the investigation and prosecution of a would-be mass murderer.
Why Kosovo Wants Trump’s Help
The Balkan nation the U.S. helped secede from Serbia in a 1999 war is now plagued by mafias, ethnic divisions, Russian meddling, and ISIS recruiters. It hopes Trump can help.