Julie Tate has worked as a researcher at the Washington Post since 2002. She specializes in national security, intelligence and defense issues.
Here’s a list of former Afghan detainees who have returned to fight for the Taliban
The man, accused of training at al-Qaeda camps in Afghanistan, was never charged by a military commission.
Criminal homicide by gunfire claimed 91 children under the age of 10 last year. Taken together, the deaths reflect the nation’s most unyielding problems.
EXCLUSIVE | The drone campaign in Pakistan — often depicted as the CIA’s exclusive domain — relies heavily on the NSA’s ability to collect enormous quantities of e-mail, phone calls and other fragments of intelligence.