Gunmen killed at least 28 people on their way to a monastery.
An active, impatient man who evolved a steady, long-term view.
The president urged Muslims to “reject violence” in a statement that contrasted sharply with those issued by Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
Egypt’s preexisting climate of pro-Islamist sectarianism is an important, and sometimes overlooked, reason.
“What of the person who spends the sacred month ... oppressing people and killing innocents?”
An elephant rescue in India, President Trump travels overseas, a terror attack in Manchester, England, the removal of a Confederate statue in New Orleans, and much more.
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A plea with the president for some predictability
Foregrounding religion on a political trip abroad was a surprising choice. What’s even more surprising is that it seemed to work.
The Pentagon confirmed that a U.S. airstrike inadvertently set off ISIS explosives that killed more than 100 people in Mosul.
Speaking in front of the leaders of its member-nations, the president fails to make clear the United States still has the alliance’s back.
Almost everyone is unwilling to do certain things to eliminate terrorism. And that is fortunate, for the endurance of a free society depends upon it.
The American president tells the man behind a brutal anti-drug campaign that he is doing a “great job.”
Eight people have been detained in connection with Monday’s attack, as details emerge about Salman Abedi, the bomber.
Manchester police say they will stop sharing information about the investigation with their American counterparts.
And removing him from office won’t ease the country’s misery.
A 28-member, 68-year-old alliance faces the conundrum of how to deal with the new American president.
When the FBI discovered a network of Bosnian-Americans giving support to terrorists, they also discovered Abdullah Ramo Pazara, a U.S. citizen and a battalion commander in Syria.
At this stage, a great start and a false start would both look much the same.
Tens of thousands of protesters called for President Michael Temer to step down.
For a number of reasons, natural and human, people have abandoned many places around the world.