by Alan Pyke Mar 9, 2016
Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and the late Alan Rickman star in a complex film that encourages audiences to scrutinize their own certainties.
by Andrew Breiner Nov 17, 2015
While the world suffered, weapons companies made a profit.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 22, 2015
Afghanistan's effort to confiscate and destroy toy guns seems misplaced, given that thousands of actual weapons are unaccounted for in the country.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 8, 2015
"I think that if people care about art, they see realize that people can be so creative and they care about more than war and killing each other," Hamed Hassanzada said.
by Beenish Ahmed Dec 11, 2014
“Why is it that countries which we call ‘strong’ are so powerful in creating wars but so weak in bringing peace?"
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 28, 2014
The U.S. government paid a local Afghan construction company $18.5 million -- 90 percent of the contracted $20.2 million -- even though the company only completed about 50 percent of the work it was supposed to do at Pul-e-Charkhi prison.
by Zack Beauchamp Feb 3, 2014
Why this might be happening now.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Oct 22, 2013
It's rare for a network show to trump premium cable, but 'Scandal' stole a match on 'Homeland' by being crazier and seemingly more committed to its themes.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Jul 30, 2013
'Homeland's third season is inspired by everything from the Benghazi attack to the Boston Marathon bombings. Here are five key dynamics to look out for when the show returns on September 29.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Jul 18, 2013