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Terrorism-Related Deaths Fell 27 Percent In 2017, State Department Says
Fewer attacks in Iraq account for much of the drop. But groups like ISIS and al Qaeda continue evolving as potent threats.
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Barbara Lee Warned AUMF Would Create 'Open-Ended War.' And That's What Happened.
The 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force has now been used to justify U.S. military efforts in more than 20 countries.
Shireen Rose Shakouri
I'm Half Iranian And My Uncle Died On 9/11. It Totally Changed How I See My Identity
Shireen Rose Shakouri
, Guest Writer
I learned to understand that my identity was resistance.
The Man Who Almost Escaped Guantanamo Bay
After 14 years of imprisonment without charge, Abdul Latif Nasser thought he was finally going home. Then Donald Trump won.
Ohio Man Arrested In FBI Sting After Allegedly Plotting July 4th Attack
Demetrius Pitts, 48, is accused of planning an attack in Cleveland with the help of an undercover FBI agent.
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GOP Leaders Fine With Trump Bombing Syria Without Congress' Sign-Off
They say he can do that because of a 2001 authorization for use of military force. That’s questionable if not false.
Ranking The Best Shows On Hulu You Can Stream Right Now
Todd Van Luling
"The Looming Tower" tops the list.
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Navy SEAL Who Killed Bin Laden Calls Trump's Parade Plan 'Third World Bulls**t'
"Stop this conversation."
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The Last Time We Fought A Preemptive War In The Middle East
Associate Professor of History, University of Chicago
A history lesson for the Trump administration.
Of Course Osama Bin Laden Loved 'Tom And Jerry.' Of Course.
By Albert Burneko, On Assignment For HuffPost
Knock me down with a waffle iron.
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'Charlie Bit My Finger' Dad Is Shocked His Video Was In Osama Bin Laden's Collection
“You never can tell who has a lighter side," the boys' father says.
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Osama Bin Laden's America
Niger, 9/11 and apocalyptic humiliation.
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U.S. Strikes ISIS In Yemen For The First Time, Killing Dozens Of Militants
The terror group has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks in the country since 2015.
Adnan: The Cost Of Syria’s War
Two-year-old Adnan went shopping with his mother in Idlib province when an airstrike killed him and at least ten others.
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Celebrities And Experts Push Congress To End Trump's Support For Saudi Carnage In Yemen
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
With a House vote this week, a diverse group -- including Mark Ruffalo, Alice Walker, Laurence Tribe and FreedomWorks -- is getting involved.
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Russian Submarines Reportedly Fire Missiles At Militant Targets In Syria
The submarines reportedly launched the missiles from the Mediterranean Sea.
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Senate Rejects Attempt To Repeal 16-Year-Old War Authorization
This was the chamber's first vote in 15 years on the executive branch's war-making powers.
Here's How Afghanistan Earned Its Reputation As The 'Graveyard Of Empires'
President Donald Trump plans to keep American forces in Afghanistan to fight terrorism, but the territory hasn't historically been easy for foreign troops to control. It has even earned the nickname "the graveyard of empires." Can America defy history and win the war in Afghanistan?
Soft Targets And Tourist Terrorism
CEO of Country Risk Solutions and widely published author on c...
It seems that nearly every week now we are confronted by horrific headlines involving the carnage of tourists and ordinary
How US Policy Helps Al Qaeda In Yemen
Independent scholar and journalist
There’s only one way to dry up its support: The international community must demand a cease-fire.
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DHS Will Get Rid Of Laptop Ban, Replace It With 'Enhanced Screening' Measures
Airlines that fail to comply with the new rules, however, may not be able to admit electronics onto U.S.-bound planes.
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