The United States has won some measure of revenge in the 10 years since 9/11. But as in Shakespeare's bloodthirsty play Titus Andronicus, has the cost been too great?
A Libyan rebel commander claims he was captured and tortured by the CIA. Who else has surfaced from the murky depths of the war on terror's list of the condemned?
The aftermath of the 9/11 attacks took photojournalist Kate Brooks to Afghanistan and Pakistan to cover the fall of the Taliban. These are her images of the Afghans whom she met during her journey and the slow-motion descent into civil war that has played out over the past decade.
Ten years after 9/11, it's time for President Obama to finally call an end to America's adventures abroad.
From an attempt to negotiate with Osama bin Laden to a proposal to threaten to bomb Mecca, it's been a wild decade for the U.S. national security establishment.
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross's new book, Bin Laden's Legacy, wonders which side actually is winning the war on terror.
A look at some of the world's famous hotels, loved, hated, and holed up in by far-flung war correspondents.
We know plenty about what Rick Perry, the GOP's newest presidential front-runner, thinks of America. But what about the rest of the world?
Generations of conquerors and marauders have come and gone in northern Afghanistan, but the paths on which they travel have endured.
Afghanistan is dying -- not because of the Taliban or the allied forces, but from minor ailments that are slowly killing off a population with no medical services to speak of.
Obama has just declared preventing mass atrocities to be a "core national security interest" of the United States. Americans, watch your wallets.
After centuries of oppression, a village wakes up to its new masters.
What the debt ceiling deal tells us about the Tea Party's grim vision of American power.
Last month, NATO forces ceded this northern city to the Afghan army, calling it safe territory. But insurgent forces are on the doorstep.
Kristian Berg Harpviken, director of Norway's Peace Research Institute Oslo, explains why the Norwegian capital might have been on a terrorist's shortlist of potential targets.
Cutting U.S. military aid to Pakistan might be just what the world's most frustrating alliance needs.
What lessons can we learn from the way the U.S. ends its wars?
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After more than three decades of targeted killings, is there anyone left alive who can actually run Afghanistan?
The new CIA chief will take on the covert war in Pakistan.
The Taliban is taking credit for assassinating the Afghan president's powerful brother. But a personal feud seems more likely.