In the aftermath of World War II, the U.S. found a new enemy—its recent Soviet ally—and a new kind of conflict was born.
The Secretary of State highlights U.S. concerns about the Iran-backed militant group's "destabilizing activities" in Lebanon.
The New Zealand prime minister's response to the Christchurch mosque shootings stands in stark contrast to the U.S. president's.
The effects of what happens now in Afghanistan range far beyond the boundaries of that embattled nation.
The New Zealand prime minister says, "You won't hear me speak his name," as she works to prevent him from airing his white supremacist views.
The corporate media's discussion of the war on terror leaves much to be desired.
A man who claimed responsibility for the shootings left a 74-page anti-immigrant manifesto.
When I set out to map all the places in the world where the U.S. is fighting terrorism, I didn’t think it would be that hard to do.
Trump’s rhetoric of hatred creates an atmosphere in which domestic terrorism is likely to thrive.