The CIA recently released hundreds of thousands of files seized from Osama bin Laden’s compound. What can we learn from them?
Trump’s looser authorities for airstrikes have unleashed huge increases in ordnance in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria.
Al Qaeda’s leader was in hiding for over a decade. A new account tells us what he was doing.
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Sixteen years into the war in Afghanistan, the Trump administration is preparing to finally win or go home trying.
This is Doha's chance to curtail its financial support for Al Qaeda – as long as it keeps the receipts.
This is Doha's chance to curtail its financial support for al Qaeda – as long as it keeps the receipts.
With a government in crisis facing an increasingly dangerous terrorist threat, new options are on the table that could erode society’s resistance to further attacks.
With a spectacular and bloody assault in central Tehran, the Sunni jihadi group is fanning the flames of a sectarian war.
It's local forces and economic assistance that will defeat jihadism, Maj. Gen. Ahmed Saeed bin Bourek says, not drone strikes.
U.S. Drops More Bombs in Afghanistan; Flynn in More Trouble
The Trump administration is taking its eyes off the ball in Afghanistan. The real threat is still al Qaeda.
In the U.S. air war against al Qaeda militants, the civilian casualties are mounting — while accountability is becoming murkier.