But talk of Guantánamo, “extreme vetting,” and ending the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is just a distraction from the real threat.
Hint: This is a local and regional conflict, not a global one.
The Catalonia attacks are a case study in the future of violent extremism. Governments need to figure out how to respond.
Details may be slim, but the president nailed the "why" of America's longest war — and boldly went against his political base.
America has never had more counterterrorism raids — and less of a counterterrorism strategy.
Senators and representatives say they want to scrutinize the White House’s use of the military, but don’t kid yourself.
The president’s delegation of determining troop levels in Afghanistan to the Pentagon is unprecedented and dangerous.
France presses for a swift vote on a U.N. resolution endorsing an African force, betting Washington will back down.
The Philippines’ unbridled war on terror looks uncomfortably like its war on drugs.
Best known for representing Gov. Chris Christie, Christopher Wray would take over the FBI at a moment of turmoil.
The president's counterterrorism strategy appears to be a dysfunctional combination of repurposed elements of the Bush and Obama approaches infused with some of Trump’s worst impulses
From Syria to Ukraine, when the Pentagon needs help, Jim Hake has the answer.