Trump Is Inadvertently Arming Al Qaeda in Yemen
Terror targets being tracked by the US are getting weapons thanks to connections with the Saudis.
Was the Ohio State Attacker Inspired by a Dead Cleric?
Abdul Razak Artan, who attacked his fellow students at Ohio State University, may have been inspired by the late Al-Qaeda-linked cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, an FBI official said on Wednesday.
What We Know About Al-Qaeda in Yemen
The group that claimed responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack have gained a foothold in a key Middle East battleground.
Fear of More Attacks By Apostles of American-Born al-Qaeda Cleric al-Awlaki
Anwar al-Awlaki continues to influence young Islamists, despite being killed in 2011.
Paris Terror Cell's Al-Qaeda Yemen Connection Worries Experts
Evidence has emerged linked at least one of the attackers to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Penisular, or AQAP.
When Can the Federal Government Kill Its Citizens?
The release of a secret memo reignites debate over the death by drone of an American-born terror suspect
U.S. Will Release Legal Reasoning for Drone Killings of American Citizens
Civil liberties groups have complained that the drone program, which deploys pilotless aircraft, lets the government kill Americans without constitutionally required due process
Court Orders U.S. to Release Memo on Drones, Killing of U.S. Citizen
A unanimous three-judge panel said the government waived its right to secrecy by making repeated public statements justifying targeted killings
The Movie Transcendence Takes On Consciousness and the Singularity
The characters in Transcendence are way beyond crushing on their OS: They're having their consciousness uploaded onto the Internet
Go East, Young Renters
The rapid and sometimes ruthless gentrification of San Francisco threatens to kill the neighborhoods that made it The City
Justice for Rape Camp Survivors
Sex crimes during Bosnia's war inspire Angelina Jolie's campaign for justice
Death on the Farm
American farmers are a dying breed, in part because they're killing themselves at a shocking rate.
Solitary confinement is a moral outrage, a living death that leaves inmates praying for the needle
It's a Plane. It's a Yacht. No, It's Your Tuition Bill
Sending a kid to college costs 40 percent of a typical family's income
End of the Gandhi Line
The family that has ruled India since 1947 is heading for electoral defeat
Think Republican, Speak Compassion
New blood at the American Enterprise Institute has conservative think tanks scrabbling for attention—and ideas
You Drive Like an American!
Why the U.S. has twice as many car fatalities as Europe
You're So Grounded
The airlines are scrambling the jets to cover for a shortage of pilots
Our Lost Generation
Alzheimer's afflicts more than 5 million Americans, but funding to fight it is a fraction of what is spent on cancer or diabetes
The Sum of All CIA Fears
Charges of spying on the Senate isn't the worst the intelligence agency faces
Getting Cancer Wrong
In the war against cancer, the enemy remains poorly defined. This group of scientists is hoping to change that—and is making enemies of its own
Choking to Death in Tehran
Iran has some of the world's worst pollution; toxic gas, bad policies and trade sanctions are the main culprits
A Sunken Treasure to Sue For
The Titanic of the 19th century went down in a hurricane; recovering its cargo has been an adventure
Boarding School Predators
Some of Britain's elite boys' schools are being forced to confront their sordid pasts
From One of the Most Powerful Men in College Football to Prison?
John Junker has gone from being one of the most powerful men in college football to working in a soup-kitchen
The Streets of Killadelphia
Two fearless journalists, one rogue narcotics unit and a city in the grip of public corruption