The Terrorist Terrorizing French Prison Guards
There are hundreds of jihadis and sympathizers in French prisons, and one of them—wanted in the U.S. as an old buddy of Bin Laden—provoked a crisis.
Olbermann Shocks ‘The View’ with Trump-Bin Laden Comparison
The former MSNBC host also said he probably owes George W. Bush an apology.
Bin Laden’s Son Is Poised to Unify Terrorists Worldwide
Hamza bin Laden isn’t just being prepared for a leadership role in his father’s organization. He’s now the figure best placed to reunify the global jihadi movement.
Macron’s Man on Terrorism
The professor Marine Le Pen loathes and the jihadists want to kill hopes that France can break out of the cycle of fear and hate promoted by both ISIS and xenophobic populists.
What Happens if U.S. Catches Baghdadi?
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is reportedly on the move after coalition forces set siege to Mosul, raising the question what the U.S. should do if it ever catches him.
Like Father, Like Son
U.S. Blacklists Osama’s Favorite Son
Right before he died, Osama bin Laden worried about his son Hamza's future. Now, Hamza bin Laden is poised to carry on his father's legacy.
Fatal Facebook Blowback for ISIS
From the Taliban to the so-called Islamic State, computers, cellphones, and social media are used as vital weapons—and offer critical vulnerabilities.