The State Department is set to invest millions to deradicalize fighters in Niger.
Industrial chemicals dumped long ago still haunt Minden, W.Va., a community beset by cancer and fear. Like her father, physician Ayne Amjad is trying to track the links.
They were the “good guys with guns,” and they were hailed as heroes. But the incident was complex, and the shooters know it could have ended in so many different ways.
Pentagon says militants are losing ground. Local anti-al-Qaeda fighters report their gains against the group are precarious and it remains a potent threat.
The Blackwater founder is running a security college in Beijing that is training Chinese military and security personnel to protect China’s economic interests abroad. Prince’s latest business initiative has proven troubling to some members of Congress and military officials.
The AR-15, despite its use in high-profile mass killings, is the most popular rifle on the market. A first-time buyer explains his attraction.
After the 2016 election, Kam Musser went from supporting white supremacists to joining a neo-Nazi group. And now his mother and grandmother wonder whether they can get him back.