Even if the retribution argument were consistent with prior ISIS doctrine, which it is not, the timing is off.
Information blackouts almost always turn into authoritarian tools, whether or not they start that way.
Everyone seems to have discovered at once that belief systems are behind individual atrocities.
The New Zealand shooter’s text is unoriginal, but the ideology is potent.
The national security adviser could be our best hope for protecting the world from Donald Trump’s impulses.
Shamima Begum and Hoda Muthana are products of their own societies—they can’t just be disowned.
In light of the revelations about the senator’s temper, let’s revisit her interrogation of Brett Kavanaugh.
The meaning of the pope’s historic visit to the United Arab Emirates
The conventional account leaves major questions unanswered.
If voters are freighting politics with religious significance, we need to drain it of the expectation of transcendence.
Jihadology.net is a valuable resource for researchers, even if terrorists make use of it too.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has done what America has asked, and the president has assured him their relationship is safe.
A human-rights court upheld an Austrian woman’s conviction for disparaging the Prophet Muhammad.
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.