NSC Pandemic Office Wasn’t Shuttered, Just Consolidated
Dueling Washington Post op-eds are sowing confusion.
Dueling Washington Post op-eds are sowing confusion.
The assassination of a top Iranian official on a visit to Baghdad is having the expected negative impact on our relationship with Iraq and the fight against ISIS.
Despite Pompeo’s assurances, we are already seeing consequences for the Suleimani killing.
An American drone strike has taken out the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, a move likely to significantly increase tensions across the Middle East.
A new report details the extent to which the eighteen-year Afghanistan War has been marked by mistakes, and lies by the government to cover-up the fact that we went to war without a clear understanding of what we were doing.
Questions linger after a shooting leaves three people and the shooter dead in an incident at one of the nation’s largest Naval facilities.
With her eyes on her political future in a GOP dominated by Trumpism, Nikki Haley is attempting to rewrite the history of one of the most significant events of her time as Governor of South Carolina.
If the United Kingdom does go through with Brexit, it could lead to an existential crisis for the United Kingdom itself.
French President Emmanuel Macron declared that the NATO alliance is suffering brain death due to President Trump’s neglect and lack of leadership.
If President Trump expected to get a political bump from the death of the leader of ISIS, he is most likely going to be disappointed.
There’s apparently big news in the fight against ISIS.
A Federal District Court Judge gave the House of Representatives, and the nation, a big win yesterday.
President Trump’s sudden decision to withdraw troops from Syria isn’t receiving much public support.
ISIS is quickly taking advantage of the abrupt American withdrawal from northern Syria.
As the Turkish invasion of northern Syria continues, Donald Trump responds with basically nothing.
President Trump is basically saying he does not care if ISIS prisoners return to Europe to commit terror attacks.
Just days after President Trump agreed to remove American forces from the scene, Turkish forces are entering northern Syria and Kurdish forces say they ar ready for war.
Eighteen years after the September 11th attacks, it’s becoming harder to remember what the world used to be like.
A Federal Judge in Virginia has found the terrorist watch list unconstitutional.
Once again, President Trump is doing Vladimir Putin’s bidding.
Protests in Hong Kong have been going on for nine weeks now, but they are reaching a point where the patience of the leaders in Beijing is being tested.
Donald Trump has found a new far-right lunatic to retweet.
The Trump Administration has effectively declared economic warfare against the government of Nicolas Maduro. It won’t succeed, and will further victimize the already suffering Venezuelan people.
Cesar Sayoc, the man who started a panic in October when he sent apparent explosive devices to a number of President Trump’s critics, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison
Another day, another mass shooting and, as is becoming all too common in this country, this one appears to have been racially motivated.
President Trump has withdrawn his nominee for Director of National Intelligence after controversy regarding his qualifications and resume.
A strangely under-publicized story.
Last night New York City experienced what turned out to be a short-lived blackout mostly limited to Manhattan’s West Side, but it brought back memories of much bigger events.
Trump’s self-congratulatory July 4th nonsense bankrupted the District of Columbia’s security fund, now they’re seeking reimbursement.
Realistically, President Trump has very few options when it comes to dealing with Iran and its nuclear program.
Almost eighteen years after the greatest terrorist attack on our country, we haven’t taken care of those who risked it all.
Thirty years ago, when the veterans of D-Day were still relatively young and still largely with us, President Reagan delivered one of the finest speeches of his Presidency.
John Walker Lindh, the so-called “American Taliban,” has been released from prison but the war in which he was captured goes merrily along.
Attorney General William Barr has opened a new investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation, a move that seems suspiciously political.
Disturbing news in the Eddie Gallagher case.
This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.
Sunday’s attacks in Sri Lanka make it clear that the claim that ISIS has been defeated are nowhere close to being true.
In military justice Bizarroland, Rep Duncan Hunter intentionally commits “reverse UCI.”
Further evidence that Sri Lankan authorities failed to act on warnings of rising Jihadism in their country.
ISIS is claiming responsibility for Sunday’s attacks in Sri Lanka, a strong sign that the claims by the Trump Administration that it had largely defeated the group were not true.
Evidence is emerging that the Sri Lankan government had advance warning regarding potential terror attacks but failed to act on the information.
Blasts at Christian churches and tourist hotels appear to be a coordinated terrorist attack.
The Wall Street Journal tries, and fails, to defend President Trump’s indefensible veto of the Congressional resolution regarding the war on Yemen.
Strategic move or pointless provocation?
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is cutting short his US trip to deal with what his government is calling a Hamas attack.
Free expression sometimes enables horrible crimes. How does a free society deal with that tension?