Newly released documents show the NSA chief was investing his money in commodities so obscure that most financial pros stay away.
Americans and the British lean toward moral weakness, but the rest of the world blames government policies.
Not only is it wrong to blame the Islamic State's rise on the U.S. failure to secure a two-state solution -- it's also flat-out dangerous.
One of the most influential Army officers of the Iraq theater on why the United States seems destined to repeat the mistakes of the past.
Americans have good reason to be afraid of another attack on U.S. soil -- only it's not going to come from the Islamic State.
When Uncle Sam projects his power abroad, does the Constitution tag along?
The FBI has long had the ability to tap into the nation's telephone exchanges. James Comey wants it to be able to access computer servers as well.
How the drug cartels tried to end-run the cops and got caught in maternity dresses.
There’s a way to prevent the virus from spreading, but the answer isn’t travel bans.
The vice president's apologies to Turkey and the UAE show the dangers of accidentally telling the truth.
Ty Carter fought in Afghanistan and became a hero. Now he has one more enemy to fight: PTSD.
The president arrives at a turning point, but it's unclear whether it means a new Obama or a punt to tomorrow.
The 43.3 million uninsured Americans are the country’s greatest vulnerability when it comes to stopping the world’s scariest virus.
When it comes to destroying the Islamic State in Syria, boots on the ground should be the least of our worries.
The nation's spies feel that the president is throwing them under the bus -- again.
How America abandoned its role as leader of the fight to save the planet -- and killed a movement.
The Obama administration is embarking on a multibillion-dollar nuclear spending spree. Problem is, none of it is necessary.
Is the Khorasan Group as dangerous as the White House is making it out to be?
The Fed’s new monetary policy could put a big strain on developing economies. But they might be up for it this time.
Forget the Islamic State. The new conflicts of the future could be sparked by climate change.
Western governments are sounding alarm bells about foreign fighters joining the Islamic State. But experts say that these would-be radicals are more often bumbling losers than bin Laden.