The real target of Taliban revelations about a plan to kill Amb. Khalilzad is the Afghan government's intelligence service. The U.S. is investigating the threat—cautiously.
Every time it’s been crushed, the most successful jihadist organization in history bounces back. Now it’s thriving in Iraq and Syria and recruiting throughout Africa.
U.S. forces used to keep the prisons, the prisoners, and their guards secure in Syria—until Trump pulled the plug on America’s allies in the fight against ISIS. Now, watch out.
A paralyzing pandemic, the redeployment of U.S. troops away from front lines, huge political uncertainty, and a completely collapsed economy: What more could ISIS—or Iran—wish for?
The 2017 Manchester Arena bombing killed 22 and maimed many more. So why did Eminem think the atrocity made a smart pop-cultural reference about his own impact on the music biz?
“I’ve been ready for quite a long time now. I just need help to get out of here,” 26-year-old Kevin Imam McCormick allegedly told an FBI informant.
NATO was desperate for a quiet week, but Trump was in no mood to play nice, treading on local sensitivities and getting into it with President Macron of France.