A ‘State of Terror’ After Suicide Attack Kills U.S. Troops
The restaurant bombing in the flashpoint Syrian city of Manbij proves deadly pockets of ISIS remain, but may only hasten President Trump’s moves to withdraw U.S. forces.
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Turkey Accuses Knicks Star Enes Kanter of Being a Terrorist
The NBA player is an outspoken critic of Turkey’s president and has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.
New York Knicks Star Enes Kanter’s Assassination Fears
The NBA player opens up to Robert Silverman about the death threats he receives daily for speaking out against Turkish leader Erdoğan and his beef with Hedo Türkoğlu.
Trump's Pentagon Pick Is a Wet Kiss to Weapons Industry
Patrick Shanahan’s corporate allies have thrived under Trump. Now he’s going to be Secretary of Defense.
Bolton’s Expansion of Syria War Totally Backfired
The national security adviser expanded U.S. goals in Syria to challenge Iran. But Trump wasn’t on board, senior officials say, and Turkey took an opportunity to push the U.S. out.
Turkey Lobbying Charges Show 2016 Wasn’t Just About Russia
Sure, Russia spent a lot of time and effort on outreach to the Trump campaign. But they weren’t the only ones.
Flynn Biz Partner Charged in Scheme To Do Turkey's Bidding
He is accused of trying to get cleric Fethullah Gulen extradited from the U.S. to Turkey.