In a historic rebuke of the Trump administration’s Saudi policy, senators voted to end U.S. support for the Yemen war, then unanimously held Saudi Arabia’s crown prince responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
His rhetoric diverges from that of previous post-9/11 administrations, which took care to not implicate all Muslims or all immigrants.
Republican senators positioned themselves against the White House after the CIA director testified about Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
There’s a logic to John Bolton’s refusal to listen.
The world’s worst humanitarian crisis keeps getting worse, and Yemeni civilians have no good options.
Twenty years after the end of the nation's civil war, real peace is still far off.
The White House’s Tuesday statement was striking for its implication that, whatever the truth of the crown prince’s involvement, it didn’t really matter.
While the revelation of an apparent indictment against Julian Assange sets an ominous precedent for news organizations, it also serves as a reminder of his group’s stark transformation.
Law enforcement has better tools available now than when Ted Kaczynski was caught in 1996. But Kaczynski was also much more sophisticated than the latest mail bomber.
The U.S. military quietly released “John Doe” last week after holding him in detention in Iraq for 13 months, with no charges.
National-security experts have been warning of terrorist cyberattacks for 15 years. Why hasn’t one happened yet?
“The only thing that really does change is who that cabal of shadow elites are.”
For domestic actors without international connections, the First Amendment and other civil-liberties protections make it tough to do so.
There is no consensus—in academia, law, or common usage—on when an attack is more than just a crime.
Officials have intercepted explosive items bound for an array of high-profile targets ahead of next month’s midterm elections.
President Trump was initially reluctant to link the death of Jamal Khashoggi to the Saudi government. That now appears to be changing.
The suspected murder of a Saudi journalist has exposed cracks in a long-standing partnership.
An apparent assassination attempt in Venezuela shows how technology is moving faster than governments can counter it.
One country’s “productive” talks are another’s “gangsterlike” demands.
Vladimir Putin has once again gamed the system to get an anti-corruption activist arrested in a Western democracy.