by Adam Peck & Hayes Brown Jun 12, 2014
As ISIS sweeps through Iraq and Syria, this chart shows why a collapsing region is truly a multiplayer effort.
by Hayes Brown Jun 10, 2014
Syria's war is now firmly entrenched in its fragile neighbors as the terrorist group fighting against literally everyone is gaining ground.
by Hayes Brown Jan 8, 2014
"In a sense it's the suicide of Syria, because the hospitals have been bombed, schools have been bombed, civilians have been killed by the tens of thousands," one official said.
by Zack Beauchamp Nov 22, 2013
Why, 50 years after JFK, no American President has been assassinated -- and why the future may be grimmer than you'd think.
by Hayes Brown Oct 22, 2013
Two leading human rights groups now believe that the U.S. is responsible for more deaths via drone than the government has claimed.
by Zack Beauchamp Sep 26, 2013
It turns out everything we know about the drone campaign...isn't very much.
by Zack Beauchamp Sep 23, 2013
The global implications of the attack in Kenya.
by Hayes Brown Aug 6, 2013
Twelve years ago today, President Bush was warned of the threat of Osama bin Laden attacking the United States. After all this time, do we now know who we even mean when we're talking about Al Qaeda?
by Hayes Brown Aug 4, 2013
Dozens of U.S. embassies across the world are closed today. Here's what you need to know about why that is and what it means for the debates over diplomatic safety and privacy vs. security.
by Hayes Brown Jul 22, 2013
There's been a massive jailbreak in Iraq, from the infamous Abu Gharib prison. But wait: it gets worse.