topics in Terrorism
- 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 anti-Muslim extremist is using the courtroom as a soapbox, but he might actually be discrediting his cause and making a case for trying terrorists in civilian court
Jihadi-linked websites post a menacing mock movie poster featuring Manhattan's skyline and a warning about al Qaeda's return
Fresh details emerge on the terrorist mastermind's post-9/11 life, raising troubling questions about how the world's most wanted man evaded capture for so long
At the time of his death, Osama bin Laden was trying to devise ways to shoot down Obama's plane — and leave a presumably flummoxed Joe Biden in command
Progressive critics cry foul after the president signs a defense law enshrining the military's right to indefinitely hold al Qaeda suspects
Does the Obama administration's secret memo adequately defend the decision to launch a lethal drone strike against a U.S. citizen?
In the ten years since the 9/11 attacks, the government has shelled out hundreds of billions of dollars — some of it on rather bizarre purchases
Many people have never heard of al Qaeda's No. 2 guy, but his death by drone strike might just be as big a deal as Osama bin Laden's killing
A film about the terrorist's death will be released a month before President Obama faces voters in 2012 — and one Republican is calling foul
The most detailed account yet of the epic raid includes juicy new tidbits on abandoned plans, bin Laden's burial at sea, and a much-hyped war dog
- 10 things you need to know today: June 19, 2013
- The culture war is over, and conservatives lost
- The last word: He said he was leaving. She ignored him.
- WATCH: Australia's army chief demonstrates how you address sex abuse
- How typeface influences the way we read and think
- The House's cold war over the IRS scandal just turned hot
- Michael Hastings, remembered
- WATCH: John Oliver tackles the politics of immigration reform
- Washington has an Edward Snowden problem
- The last telegram ever is about to be sent