As we mark the anniversary of the death of Chris Stevens, there are some in Washington who'd like to turn the drones loose on Benghazi. Here's why that would be a bad idea.
Inside Gen. Keith Alexander's all-out, barely-legal drive to build the ultimate spy machine.
How do Syria’s rebels feel about a U.S. bombing campaign against Assad?
The four reasons it was inevitable that Obama would go to Congress on Syria.
A slowing economy, an exploding submarine, corruption scandals -- what's happened to India?
The National Security Agency has an intelligence problem: It won’t admit how dumb it is.
A just-released CIA report pulls the covers off America's most famous spy plane -- and Area 51.
For an infamous danger zone, Marib province is beautiful, ancient, and, at times, remarkably peaceful.
Prison breaks, the embassy shut down, and an al Qaeda comeback all reveal one thing: we're still handling the terror threat wrong.
The United States used the Pakistan playbook on Yemen's terrorists. It didn't work.
How al Qaeda broke hundreds of bad guys out of the world’s most notorious jail -- and what it means for America.
With U.S. national security policy under review, Obama has a chance to cement his legacy for the better. But will he take it?
It's time for Congress to use its freedom of speech power to force the intelligence debate out into the open.
The E.U. finally decided to designate Hezbollah a terrorist organization. Why won't the U.N.?
Intervention could cost a billion per month, top officer tells senators.
Pakistan’s leaked bin Laden report proves that the country’s vaunted spy agency is either shockingly inept or duplicitous. Or both.