There are signs that the U.S. foreign and military policy that marked the post-9/11 era may be winding down.
Only by restructuring the entire legal framework for American war-making can we begin to imagine a more humane foreign policy.
Featuring journalists, whistleblowers, musicians and more, this year's interviews capture an America at a unique crossroads in its history.
"I think we're in a pause situation," the South Carolina Republican says outside the White House after lunch with the president.
The president has radically redrawn the Middle East with a single tweet. Here's who stands to benefit from his decision—and who does not.
In his first visit to troops in a troubled region, the president tells service members at an air base, "We're respected again as a nation."
Warplanes over Lebanon shoot missiles at targets near the Syrian capital. Observers say Israeli airstrikes aimed to destroy arms depots.
Donald Trump has pledged to wind down U.S. engagement in the Middle East. But until we cease our airstrikes, the bloodshed will continue.
Take a moment this holiday season to spare a thought for the countless victims the U.S. and its allies have uprooted, killed and maimed.
With Trump in office, liberals have put their faith in the likes of H.R. McMaster and James Mattis. It was always profoundly misplaced.