WAR ON TERROR
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive and leading ISIS, new propaganda video claims
The videotaped propaganda message, which comes on the heels of the Islamic State losing valuable ground in Syria and Iraq, purportedly shows Baghdadi seated among other ISIS militants.
Sri Lankan soldiers open fire on suspects as Easter bombing raids continue
Officials warned more attacks may still be possible.
It Feels Like We're Getting Closer and Closer to the Dystopia of 'Children of Men'
Tucked within Alfonso Cuarón's depiction of bloodshed and social upheaval are parallels to our troubled times that illuminate, especially, the current state of the immigration debate.
War powers act
Congress just voted to end the U.S.'s support of the war in Yemen
The White House has promised to veto the measure.
Trump wants to yank half the U.S. troops out of Afghanistan, too
Trump reportedly made the calls to withdraw from Syria and Afghanistan at the same time earlier this week.
The 2020 Census will ask if you’re a citizen but not if you’re a veteran
After 17 years of war, the questionnaire still won’t address military history.
This is how Trump’s pick for CIA director used to torture black site detainees
Gina Haspel oversaw some of the CIA's most brutal interrogations after 9/11 and later helped destroy the tapes.
Trump finally gave himself permission to fill up Gitmo with "bad dudes"
Trump has set the stage for a wave of new detainees into the controversial military prison.
More bombs, more boots, more casualties
Trump's first year as commander in chief
WAR ON TERROR
The Senate just rubber-stamped the 15-year war on terror, again
At Play in the Carceral State
Here Are All the Video Games Detainees Can Play in Gitmo
Lots of soccer and Harry Potter but no Call of Duty.
Inside an illegal reeducation camp for families with possible ties to ISIS