ACCOMPLICES TO ATROCITY
Revealed: The Spies Pushing South Sudan to Genocide
CLOAK & DAGGER
The Spy Who Helped Free France From the Nazis
Secretly in charge of one of North Africa’s largest spy rings, Słowikowski was buddies with Josephine Baker and prominent businessmen. The Nazis never suspected a thing.
CLOAK AND DAGGER
12 Amateur Spies Paved the Way to War Against the Nazis
America’s first foray into dark ops began 75 years ago with a small band of untrained men who laid the groundwork for the successful invasion of North Africa in WWII.
Watch Tinariwen Perform Live in Paris
Tuareg band brings North African music to the international stage.
From Raqqa To Benghazi
ISIS Expands Its Grasp On Libya
Even as the West fixates on Syria, in the lawless vortex of Libya, ISIS affiliates are growing in power and sowing terror.
John Singer Sargent’s Watercolors
A new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston showcases 92 breathtaking Sargent watercolors. See the highlights.
A Saint's Fancy Dress
The Daily Pic: Piero della Francesca bets on embroidery.
Why America Needs Al Jazeera
Time Warner’s decision to drop the Middle Eastern news channel is short-sighted, says Ambassador Patrick N. Theros.