Obama as Captain America, Defense Secretary Robert Gates as the Martian Manhunter, Hillary Clinton as Wonder Woman -- and more
In footage released by the Pentagon Saturday, Osama bin Laden glances at congressional floor proceedings on Arabic TV
Lessons from a study of 300 terrorist leaders who were killed
They came in droves as soon as word started to spread that Osama bin Laden had been killed. From all over Washington, people flocked to the White House.
As Pakistan urges on the Taliban, the U.S. seeks peace
In trailers just minutes away from the slot machines, Air Force pilots control Predators over Iraq and Afghanistan. A case study in the marvels—and limits—of modern military technology
The United States is succeeding in its struggle against terrorism. The time has come to declare the war on terror over, so that an even more effective military and diplomatic campaign can begin.
Why it's so hard to infiltrate al-Qaeda
"Then the second wave of al-Qaeda attacks hit America." A leading expert on counterterrorism imagines the future history of the war on terror. A frightening picture of a country still at war in 2011
Suicide terrorism has come to Pakistan, waged by one of the most vicious Islamist groups ever known
The terrorist as CEO
To Western ears, the author writes, the public utterances of Osama Bin Laden have always come across like the "tirades of a loony idealogue." But these skillful rhetorical constructions, rich in historical allusion, have enormous powers of penetration—and will survive their author
The dismay of an honorable man of the left
Why so many Muslims deeply resent the West, and why their bitterness will not easily be mollified