Bibi Netanyahu’s Re-Election ‘Wars’ at Home and Abroad
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
America’s Key to Keeping ISIS Defeated
Partly by accident and partly by mission creep, the U.S. has found itself sitting astride the most important real estate in the Middle East.
U.S. Troops and Their Allies Face a Shadow War in Syria
Arson, bombs, spies, and propaganda stoke tensions in northeast Syria as Turkish troops mobilize along the border for a threatened invasion.
HALL OF MIRRORS
How an FBI Informant Went Rogue With ISIS
The FBI thought their ISIS informant was doing well—until he offered military plans to two men he thought were top terrorists in Syria.
ITCHING FOR A FIGHT
As Iran-U.S. Tensions Rise, Hezbollah Readies for War
Hezbollah field commanders say they’re redeploying toward Israel’s border, ready to fight in a devastating conflagration.
FACES OF WAR
The Photographer Documenting Kurdish Soldiers Fighting ISIS
Over the past several years, Joey Lawrence has documented Kurdish guerrillas, encapsulating the humanity and hope behind the faces of war fighting against ISIS.
The Little Gadget Turning Neo-Nazi Glocks Into Machine Guns
Chinese manufacturers are churning out machine-gun conversion kits that are turning up in the hands of neo-Nazis in America, and jihadis in Syria.
Prosecutors: Man Plotted to Bomb Pittsburgh Church for ISIS
The 21-year-old Syrian refugee pledged allegiance to the terrorist group and said he wanted to use a bomb big enough to “destroy it all,” prosecutors say.