An interview with a man who organized suicide bombings for ISIS.
Saturday, July 18
Wednesday, July 15
Oskar Groening, an SS officer whose duties included counting confiscated money, describes his time posted to Auschwitz.Editor's note: At age 94, Groening was convicted yesterday of 300,000 counts of accessory to murder and sentenced to four years in prison.
Monday, June 22
Thursday, June 11
The inside story of the coup that has brought the world’s most feared terrorist network to the brink of collapse.
Thursday, May 28
Omar Khadr was 15 when he was captured in Afghanistan in 2002. He was held in Guantanamo for years without charges. He was tortured. And earlier this month, after nearly 13 years behind bars, he was released on bail.
Friday, May 22
From equipment that doesn’t fit to an ill-equipped VA medical system.
Sunday, May 10
“The White House still maintains that the mission was an all-American affair, and that the senior generals of Pakistan’s army and Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) were not told of the raid in advance. This is false, as are many other elements of the Obama administration’s account.”
Tuesday, May 5
Gregg Bemis is an 87-year-old retired venture capitalist who owns the salvage rights to the Lusitania. He’s determined to prove an alternate theory as to why the ship was attacked in 1915. Unfortunately, the Irish government isn’t so into his plan.
Friday, April 24
Thursday, April 2
He was one of Isreael’s greatest spies. Then he brought his own country to the brink of war.
Thursday, March 26
Three siblings from Chicago ran away to become jihadis. Is it fair to try them as terrorists?
Tuesday, March 24
One man’s story.