A Supreme Court case illustrates the potential costs of making it easier to sue social media platforms over user-generated content.
He claims he'll be "the first president to visit the Middle East since 9/11 without U.S. troops engaged in a combat mission there." But that's not true.
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In a program separate from the ones disclosed by Edward Snowden, we see more mass secret domestic data collection.
Biden Defends the Military's 'Preparation and Precision' in a Counterterrorism Operation That Killed Syrian Kids
Multiple children died in the raid, but so did the leader of ISIS—which makes the operation “successful” in the Pentagon’s book.
Surveillance clearly shows children nearby as strike was called on man mistaken for a terrorist.
Biden rightly stuck to his guns when he defended the long-overdue U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, but he fails to apply the same logic elsewhere.
Our drones still patrol the skies, and our tax dollars will be paying off the costs of failed nation-building for decades.
A new, heavily investigated report shows a Pentagon uninterested in correcting its deadly errors.
"The plaintiffs failed to make out a plausible claim that the Pulse massacre was an act of 'international terrorism' as that term is defined in the ATA."
Seven children were among the 10 killed.
An independent investigation hasn't turned up terrorist ties or explosives.
The deadly Sunday explosion is a reminder of the hundreds of civilians U.S. strikes have killed in Afghanistan.
The Pentagon says 12 Americans were killed and 15 more wounded in a pair of suicide attacks near the Kabul airport. At least 60 Afghans died as well.
I witnessed firsthand how U.S. actions that favored one group inevitably angered another, which is why the war is an endless game of whack-a-mole.
On Paper, Biden Is Ending the U.S. Combat Mission in Iraq. He's Actually Leaving American Troops in Danger.
Saying that American troops are in Iraq for "training and advising" and not "combat" might sound nice, but it doesn’t get them out of harm’s way.
He fought ISIS and volunteered as a medic for BLM. Now he's been arrested for threats against pro-Trump rioters.
The Trump Administration Wants To Deport an Iraqi Refugee for Being an Islamic State Terrorist. The Only Problem? He's Not.
Sending Omar Ameen back to Iraq will likely result in his execution, and the case against him doesn't make sense. The Trump administration is fighting to do it anyway.
He's wrong on both counts.
The senator took a lot of heat five years ago for being anti-interventionist in Syria yet pro-war against ISIS.
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Trump Brushes Off the Threat of Free ISIS Militants Because 'They're Going to be Escaping to Europe'
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ISIS' terror should not be minimized, but Washington should refrain from inflating it to justify unnecessary military action.
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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.