Don’t Count Out ISIS Just Yet
The Islamic State once seemed inexorable in its violence and terror. Now, it's on the back foot in Syria and Iraq—but celebrating its demise is premature.
Feds: Indiana ISIS Mom Helped Arm, Fund Terror Group
Prosecutors say Samantha Elhassani wasn’t an unwitting victim of ISIS, as she claims, but an active supporter who provided cash and equipment to the group.
THE BITTER SURRENDER
The Last of the Syrian Good-Guy Rebels
Their ranks torn by infighting, their U.S. support long gone, their leadership coopted by the Turks, fighters who once thought they’d overthrow Assad have no hope left.
ISIS Is Beaten. But Iraq Is Still Hell for LGBT+ People.
Family threats, militia murders, persecution, and fear: The first ever study of its kind by advocacy group IraQueer reveals a heart-wrenching portrait of LGBT life in Iraq.
ISIS Resurrection: Libya Attacks Foreshadow Terror to Come
The so-called Islamic State operating in Libya is smaller and controls much less territory than in the past. But it’s more mobile and deadly and still has big ambitions.
Mother’s Deadly Day: She Blew Up Herself and Her Two Girls
The deadly attacks during Sunday services in Indonesia were the work of a whole family. They reportedly had returned from ISIS-land—a cautionary lesson as others seek to head home.
SENDING A MESSAGE
#MeToo Invades Cannes, a Weinstein Hunting Ground
Prior to the premiere of Eva Husson’s feminist war film ‘Girls of the Sun,’ 82 women of cinema gathered on the red carpet to protest the lack of female representation at the fest.