The story of three peace activists — a drifter, an 82-year-old nun and a house painter — who penetrated the exterior of Y-12 in Tennessee, supposedly one of the most secure nuclear-weapons facilities in the United States.
Monday, April 29
Kosovo’s leaders have been accused of grotesque war crimes. But can anyone prove it?
Wednesday, April 24
On the drone strikes that killed Anwar al-Awlaki and his U.S.-born son.
Tuesday, April 23
A collection of war stories told by women who have seen combat while serving in the U.S. military.
Sunday, April 7
The origin story of the C.I.A.’s covert drone war, which began with the 2004 killing of a Pashtun militant, the result of a secret deal for access to Pakistani airspace.
Saturday, April 6
An conversation with Omar Hammami, via Twitter.
Tuesday, April 2
A war travelogue through Mali alongside French troops as a “place just like Afghanistan” descends into chaos.
Friday, March 22
Born with spina bifida, Noor al-Zahra Haider entered the media spotlight in 2005 after U.S. troops arranged her life-saving surgery in America. This is what happened when she returned to Iraq.
Thursday, March 21
A profile of the deadliest sniper in American history, who was murdered last month by a fellow soldier.
Wednesday, March 20
The author tells the story of his kidnapping by militants in Syria.
Friday, March 15
Mementos left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the man in charge of cataloging them.