Three people are injured as a driver plows his car into pedestrians and cyclists and into a barrier outside the House of Lords during the morning rush hour. Police are working to confirm the driver's identity.
While so much about the War on Terror ... turned Global War on Terrorism ... turned World War IV ... turned “infinite war” ... seems repetitious, the troops most associated with this conflict—the U.S. Special Operations forces—have seen changes galore.
Those who should be voicing opposition—from Congress to the grassroots—are too obsessed with Russia to even pay attention.
For millions of Americans the greatest threat to their day-to-day security isn’t terrorism or North Korea, Iran, Russia, or China. It’s internal — and economic.
Mindlessly repeating sensationalist FBI framing isn't journalism—it’s fear-mongering.
Counterterrorism detectives and local police are investigating after a couple fall critically ill from exposure to an unknown substance a few miles from where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in March.
In the name of the fight against terrorism, the United States is currently waging “credit-card wars” in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and elsewhere.
Washington need not bother to propagandize the public into supporting its global war on terrorism. By and large, people are indifferent to its very existence.
An examination of the threats from terror groups, as imagined in the Joint Land, Air, and Sea Strategic Special Program, offers unique clues to the Pentagon’s fears for the future.