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- By the numbers: The rise of drone warfare: By the numbers
- In-depth briefing: North Africa: The next Afghanistan?
- The List: What the alleged Federal Reserve bomb plot says about the terror war: 4 theories
- Opinion Brief: The Benghazi attack: Does it matter whether Obama calls it terrorism?
- Cartoon View: Knowledge is power
- Burning Question: Is al Qaeda finally ready to make peace with the West?
- Analysis: The new evidence that Bush could have stopped 9/11: 4 takeaways
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- The Bullpen: The evolution of SEAL Team Six
- Cartoon View: A dedicated soldier
- The List: No Easy Day: 5 revelations from a Navy SEAL's bin Laden book
- Instant Guide: The many threats facing the Navy SEALs' tell-all author: A guide
- Opinion Brief: Did Obama overshare with Hollywood about the bin Laden raid?
- Analysis: Jailed for helping to catch bin Laden: Can the U.S. rescue Dr. Shakil Afridi?
- Fact Sheet: The bin Laden document dump: 7 highlights
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- Opinion Brief: Leaked: The legal case for killing Anwar al-Awlaki
- Analysis: Was the U.S. wrong to kill Anwar al-Awlaki?
- In-depth briefing: Imam in the cross hairs
- Twitter Take: The latest Tweets on 'Anwar al-Awlaki'
- Best Column: The making of an American terrorist
- Instant Guide: Who is Anwar al-Awlaki?
- Fact Sheet: Terrorism's new hideout
- Opinion Brief: Times Square bomber's video confession
- Instant Guide: Faisal Shahzad's Pakistani connections
- Best Column: The problem with denying guns to terror suspects
- Burning Question: Did the Pakistani Taliban plot the Times Square bomb?
- Sunday Talk Show Briefing: Times Square bomb: Did we just get lucky?
- Fact Sheet: The private life of Faisal Shahzad
- Cartoon View: The twisted right to bear arms
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The eagerly awaited showdown over President Obama's drone war didn't quite materialize, but that doesn't mean the CIA nominee didn't make news
And why liberals are starting to turn a cold shoulder. As John Brennan heads into his confirmation hearing, it's apparently opposite day in Washington
A new memo from the Justice Department outlines the administration's broad powers to neutralize American citizens
After more than a decade of fighting, many Americans are weary of war. But we can't stop now
Tensions rise as Algerian forces reportedly attack gunmen believed to be al-Qaeda-linked militants, with the lives of Western hostages, some from the U.S., at stake
Kathryn Bigelow's bin Laden movie is winning across-the-board raves. But critics are less unanimous about what to make of the movie's gruesome torture scenes
Authorities bust a man they say tried to detonate a van filled with fake explosives. Do these increasingly common stings amount to a victory against al Qaeda?
In the eyes of many critics, the most baffling part of Mitt Romney's flubbed Libya offensive against President Obama is the Republican's focus on labels
Mohamed al-Zawahiri, brother of al Qaeda's leader, says he is uniquely positioned to work out a truce
A former New York Times investigative reporter argues that George W. Bush ignored months of daily briefings that should have raised red flags
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