How the U.S. Is Making the War in Yemen Worse
Why are we still involved?
Why are we still involved?
The town welcomed hundreds of Somali refugees. Then a private militia decided to go “ISIS hunting.”
On the promise of 23-year-old Nicholas Cleves, who died in the bike path attack in New York.
How New York City responds to terrorism.
The Syrian refugee said his name was Paul, and that he was 16 years old. The truth was much more complicated.
The short friendship of Kody Robertson and Michelle Vo.
In the days after 9/11, a photo of an unknown man falling from the South Tower appeared in publications across the globe. This is the story of that photograph, and of the search to find the man pictured in it.
A travelogue through the contradiction-rich and predominantly Muslim Southern Thailand.
“I decided that if he would not tell us his story, then I would.”
"Some in Nice knew the man as one of the many playboy predators the city seems to beget—black hair slicked back off a shining brow, dress shoes tapering to varnished points, a dark shirt unbuttoned low to reveal the pectorals into which he had obsessively, unblushingly, invested himself. He was 31 but preferred older women, both for their erotic openness and, it seems clear, for their money. Those who knew him best knew him to be a cold and brutal man, detached, amused by little save rough sex and gore."
Abdullahi Yusuf was 18 and ready to dedicate his life to ISIS when federal agents pulled him aside in the Minneapolis airport. He will never see the inside of a jail cell.
A 48-hour reconstruction of the Breitscheidplatz Attack and the political response.
A search for meaning through academics, cultural studies, and terrorism.
A minute by minute account of the officers and first responders on the scene of the San Bernadino shooting and the subsequent firefight between police and and the Farooks.
“As my acting career developed, I was no longer cast as a radical Muslim – except at the airport.”
The investigators tasked with finding jihadists embedded within Europe.
“There was no they.' There was not even a 'he,' no armed person turning on a crowd. But what happened at JFK last night was, in every respect but the violence, a mass shooting.”
Since 9/11, the United States has spent $1 trillion on national security. An investigation into whether it has worked.
The story of Deso Dogg, a German rapper-turned-ISIS propagandist who may or may not have been killed in an airstrike.
How ISIS trains the children it captures.
An interview with Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown.
Cars driving themselves into walls. Hospitals frozen. Elevators jammed. A scenario that could happen based on what already has.
Who was Omar Mateen?
A novel interrogation technique is transforming the art of detective work: Shut up and let the suspect do the talking.
David Vincenzetti says his company, which sells spyware to world’s law enforcement and intelligence agencies, is helping to thwart terrorism. Others say it’s a danger to citizens, dissidents, and journalists alike.