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President Obama approves new rules allowing federal agents to interrogate terror suspects without reading them their rights
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Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison chokes up remembering a 9/11 first responder who was smeared because of his Muslim faith
The Republican investigating the radicalization of American Muslims was once a backer of Irish terrorists
The president lifts a two-year freeze on military trials for terror suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay, with a few tweaks to the Bush system he's long criticized
A New York Republican begins his controversial House Homeland Security Committee hearings on radical Islam this week. What are the likely consequences?
A video shows Pashtun children lightheartedly acting out a terrorism attack. Are they becoming too inured to violence, or is this harmless mimicry?
The British government is employing a promising — and controversial — new counterterrorism strategy, writes Tina Rosenberg in Foreign Policy
In the wake of Monday's deadly bombing at Russia's Domodedovo airport, commentators are debating the repercussions for other travelers around the world
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