If Turkish officials really have the grisly recordings, they must share them—and soon.
Killing him in cold blood would not have been in the Saudis’ best interest.
The Saudi journalist urged his kingdom toward reform—and may have paid a terrible price for his dissent.
John Correia wants you to prepare for the worst day of your life.
The Toronto van attack shows the wider adoption of techniques associated with the Islamic State.
Inside Germany’s high-stakes operation to sort people fleeing death from opportunists and pretenders
By endorsing vengeance from the bench, the judge sentencing the disgraced Olympic doctor crossed an important line.
A would-be suicide bomber in New York again displays the incompetence of so many of the Islamic State’s sympathizers.
No one has claimed responsibility for an attack on a mosque in Egypt. But no points should be awarded for guessing that the Islamic State is at fault.
In 2013, Tania Georgelas traveled to Syria with her husband and children to join ISIS. Today, she attends a Unitarian church outside of Dallas.
As ISIS loses territory, the greatest danger remains that more competent fighters will return home.
“The fall of Raqqa this week completed the slow-motion demolition of the world’s only utopian movement worthy of the name.”
There’s a compulsion to keep mental ledgers of the jihadists and non-jihadists. But what can these statistics really tell us?
Assessing the group’s puzzling statement
A 25-year-old graduate student went undercover, yielding captivating footage of extremists—and a moral dilemma.
One of the great joys of an eclipse is when it pushes you out of your way.
The biggest concern is what happens when they come back home.
There is plenty of reason to be confident that if ISIS could reliably and easily make a dirty bomb, they would do so.
Once, for five days, I found out.
The intolerance of the president’s Riyadh speech was the intolerance sanctioned by the other Gulf states: anti-Shiism, with frankly sectarian overtones.