A leading Guantanamo interrogator was once a Chicago police detective accused of police brutality.
Saturday, February 21
Thursday, February 19
You can have a PhD from Yale. You can be a rising star in the State Department. And you can still find yourself being investigated by the FBI for espionage.
Monday, February 9
Inside the world of special operations weather technicians, “the Department of Defense’s only commando forecasters.”
Friday, January 23
NSA-grade spyware is up for sale, and the world’s worst dictatorships are buying.
Monday, January 19
The N.S.A. claims it needs access to all our phone records. But is that the best way to catch a terrorist?
Saturday, January 17
What one sergeant says he saw before the alleged suicides of three detainees.
Friday, January 9
Untouched by Western journalists except in the presence of American troops, Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley was once the most violent part of the Afghan War.
Thursday, January 8
A Russian soldier vanishes in Ukraine.
Tuesday, January 6
Monday, December 29
The United States fights wars it can’t win using soldiers it doesn’t know.
Sunday, December 28
Reporting on the “American Way of Life,” two years after the end of World War II.
Saturday, December 13
Christopher Clayton Hutton hatched a plan to deliver Monopoly boards to British prisoners of war. The games were advertised as a diversion, but really they offered a way out.