Some seek reform and a stronger voice from Congress.
Risks can be reduced, but never entirely eliminated.
At least Congress is finally having the debate, but simply having a debate is not enough.
How can authorities determine who exactly will become a terrorist?
Were the terrorists part of larger organizations or homegrown attackers?
The president's authorization for use of military force transitions the nation into the War on...
The safe thing to do is convict him. But there's no point to it.
One thing is clear: Both groups, despite their internal bickering, still pose direct threats...
The president's efforts to close the prison camp have picked up pace.
The Joint Chiefs urged commanders to "take appropriate force protection measures."
"Broadly, I don't see those two uniting, at least yet," said James Clapper.
An initial Pentagon review found the book revealed classified information.
Rebels are struggling to grab as much ground as possible before a U.N.-imposed cease-fire.
Warren Weinstein's family says U.S. help "was inconsistent and disappointing."
Counterterrorism is complicated, and calling it war does not make it any less so.
There are specific roles government can and cannot play in a war against ISIS and al Qaeda.
It may not mean much, but for this administration, it's progress.
It's time to roll up our sleeves and work together to defeat terrorism.
Today's threats differ significantly from what we faced in the immediate shadow of 9/11.
It is high time the US and its allies give this burgeoning problem the attention it deserves.
Such desperate measures are not undertaken without a grim, but necessary, calculus.
What happens when they return, more radicalized and more experienced?
The current model is unsustainable.
The vice president has made a string of gaffes requiring apologies to world leaders.