Stephan Talty's 'Agent Garbo' sheds light on an amateur spy who saved the world.
A new Louisiana law requires convicted sexual deviants to note their past on their profiles.
Arcane legal theories interfered with the credibility and efficiency of the Obama administration and frustrated the soldiers trying to fight terror overseas.
A conversation with Jennifer Miller about her new novel
How writer Jen Deaderick took inspiration from Occupy Wall Street, founded the #UseThe19th campaign, and mobilized women across all social platforms to fight for reproductive rights.
The film that started as a recruiting video gives Naval Special Warfare its due.
Using special tracking technology and CIA oversight, teams have quietly crossed the border to challenge al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and their supporters in the Pakistani spy service.
The game's commercial trivializes war to an extreme, setting a new low for video game advertising.
It couldn't have come at a worse time
These countless GOP debates are creating strong candidates for the general election
Did Obama just mend the slow-motion U.S.-New Zealand Break-up?
Once our soldiers leave the theater, all that will remain is a clinical and codified policy of assassination writ large
Running one of the world's most profitable companies took an iron fist inside the velvet glove
As the war draws to a close, Bram Stoker Award-winning novelist Hank Schwaeble discusses how returning troops will change our culture.
Five questions about literature's hottest genre
The Michelin-starred chef's reality show is the most realistic depiction of military training on television today
Ten years after her Atlantic debut, author Sara Gran has released her most ambitious book yet
More than 70 years after Raymond Chandler defended the genre in The Atlantic, the debate about its status as art continues
From Somalia 18 years ago to Afghanistan today, remembering the sacrifices of veterans, and of their families
Symphonies affected social change in Beethoven's day—can they make the same impact in the 21st century?