Monday, November 17


Hell Is Other People

A report from the Central African Republic, where "acts of extraordinary cruelty have become commonplace."

Wednesday, October 29


My Captivity

An American journalist on being kidnapped, tortured and released in Syria.

Wednesday, October 15


The Secret Casualties of Iraq’s Abandoned Chemical Weapons

When American and Iraqi soldiers were exposed to leftover chemical munitions from Saddam Hussein’s war against Iran, the Pentagon kept silent.

Tuesday, October 14


My Terrifying Night With Afghanistan's Only Female Warlord

Inside the stronghold of Commander Pigeon, “collector of lost and exiled men.”

Saturday, October 11


The Spy Who Scammed Us?

Jamie Smith said he was a co-founder of Blackwater and a former CIA officer. He appeared on cable news as a counterterrorism expert and he received millions in goverment contracts to train personnel. The money was real. The resume wasn’t.

Friday, October 10


The Lessons of Atmeh

The complexities of offering aid to a Syrian refugee camp.

Friday, September 26


“Your Future Is Very Dark”

On former CIA agent John T. Downey, who spent more than 20 years in China as the longest held American captive of war.

Tuesday, September 23


The Fight of Their Lives

ISIS vs. the Kurds.

Wednesday, September 17


Dark Side of the Moon

On the Cold War and the Space Race.

Monday, September 15


Whoever Saves a Life

Seven days with Syria’s first responders.

Friday, September 12


"Son, Men Don't Get Raped"

In the U.S. military, more than half of rape victims are men.

Wednesday, September 3


Casualties of War

A couple’s only son is killed in Iraq.