They have been loyal U.S. allies and don't deserve to be slaughtered by Turkey.
Trump Brushes Off the Threat of Free ISIS Militants Because 'They're Going to be Escaping to Europe'
Plus: The Kurds "didn't help us in the Second World War" anyway, says the president. And more...
ISIS' terror should not be minimized, but Washington should refrain from inflating it to justify unnecessary military action.
Plus: The student censors come for Camille Paglia.
Trump Doubles Down on Withdrawing Troops From Syria Despite Freakout From Warmongering Establishment: Reason Roundup
"Does the USA want to be the Policeman of the Middle East?" the president asks-and gets a resounding yes from Republicans and Democrats.
The Marine Le Pen Case Shows That Supposedly Enlightened France Treats Political Speech As a Crime and a Symptom of Mental Illness
The right-wing politician faces prosecution and psychiatric examination for posting pictures of ISIS atrocities.
Austin was part of a group murdered in Tajikistan.
The Supreme Court ruled in 2004 that Americans get due process when accused of terrorism, and yet...
It is hard to see how anyone could have predicted Sayfullo Saipov's seven-year journey from eager immigrant to Islamic terrorist.
A new film tells the story behind the website Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
And then showed up on the scene right before the attack
Reports show possible loosening of restrictions on strikes, more CIA participation.
President Trump has promised both non-interventionism and "safe zones" in Syria. He can't have both.
A letter from a bipartisan group of representatives calls on Paul Ryan to schedule votes on AUMF resolutions.
U.S. Embassy in Baghdad warns President Trump against betraying Iraqi allies in the fight against the Islamic State.
Hints at actual policy plans.
Online outrage may not necessarily mean there's a controversy.
"Safe zones" are just "no-fly zones" by another name.
Preemptive interventions, lengthy nation-building commitments, and a surveillance state are not the best ways to contain and prevent terror.
The president-elect has said he wants to continue with strikes against terrorists, but to what degree?
The 'Foreign Agent' author flirts with a "Salman Rushdie moment," doubles down on his #NeverTrump, #NeverHillary stance, and explains how America has "cancer."
Five years after the fall of Gaddafi, some Libyans say life was better under dictatorship than the current chaos.
But taking out al Qaeda's leadership probably didn't make the world any safer.
Trick question-it was both of them.
On 9/11 anniversary, "America's Mayor" defends Donald Trump's "take the oil" refrain.
"Serious" major party candidates screw up foreign policy questions almost every election cycle.
Don't be spooked by exaggerated view of threats against the U.S.
But he doesn't want to engage in nation-building!
The one member of Congress who voted against military force after 9/11 supports career-long hawk Hillary Clinton.
Are we really seeing a culture shift or a new marketing strategy for the war on terror?
The administration argues that Congress has implicitly consented to new military operations in Iraq and Syria.
Editorial board dings Libertarian ticket for "wishful thinking" that libertarian policies could "solve a range of complicated social problems," even though candidates said no such thing
Where Did the Justice Dept. Learn to Censor Info About Violent Attacks? From the Public (Updated: Redactions Reversed)
Here are your unintended consequences for demanding media censor info about mass killers.