There is a curious lack of recognition in Washington of just how effective the U.S. intelligence and military apparatus has become since 9/11.
The current cost to the federal government for operations in Iraq is an estimated $1.922 billion, including interest and additions to the base budget.
Department of Defense officials released the names of two airmen killed in a Air Force plane crash in Afghanistan on Monday.
I am a nobody: a taxi driver from Karachi held without charges in Guantanamo Bay, tortured, forever separated from my son. But I hope the two psychologists responsible for what was inflicted on me will stop by my cell. I'll be waiting.
James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen designed the "enhanced interrogration" program used against detainees during the initial stages of the War on Terror.
Khan lamented the huge human and economic cost of the War on Terror, noting that Pakistan "took a real battering."
This decision risks creating two Watchlists for two classes of people—Muslims in the U.S. and Muslims everywhere else.
The group warned Trump that multiple historical empires have taken the dream of victory in Afghanistan "to the grave."
"Between us, we have spent close to 90 years imprisoned without charge or trial," the letter says.
A man and his pregnant wife were abducted in Thailand and sent to Libya to be imprisoned and tortured.
The number of children killed by gunfire in the United States since the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School is greater than the total of U.S. soldiers killed in overseas combat since 9/11, according to a Department of Defense report.
The airstrikes were conducted in northeastern Somalia.
Washington has been fighting Al-Shabab for a decade in Somalia, but there's no end in sight.
A bipartisan group of Congress members are calling for a debate on whether Trump's strategy is any good.
Taliban fighters don't have to look too hard to find their government enemies.
If confirmed by the Senate, Bradbury would become chief lawyer to the Department of Transport.
"Defeating Al-Qaeda" is no longer a meaningful frame for the struggle to make the world safe.
The photographs belong to a larger collection of images taken between September 11, 2001 and January 22, 2009.