The post mortem on the Caliphate and particularly its reach into the American heartland will take years to complete, but what we know already is mind-boggling.
“If she told me it was sunny outside, I’d double check,” one senior Times journalist said about their high-profile colleague Rukmini Callimachi.
Five years after Charlie Hebdo staffers and others were killed, the magazine is republishing the controversial cartoons that sparked the deadly rampage.
Even as the Islamic State wanes in the Middle East, its offshoots are growing stronger and having their deadliest year ever in West and Central Africa.
International news and U.S. news are perilously intertwined in ways they never have been before, in a constant rush of events that The Daily Beast covers around the clock.
The jihadist group’s attempts to mimic Russian social media interference in American politics is painfully obvious—for now.
The narcotics are the kind ISIS terrorists use to bolster their courage—and their finances. They were on their way to Italy’s organized crime groups for distribution across Europe.