More than a decade and a half after an American president spoke of 60 or more countries as potential targets, we finally have a visual representation of the true extent of the war on terror.
The former Times reporter explains how the government influenced the paper to suppress his post-9/11 reporting, citing national security concerns.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and journalist-author Jere Van Dyk discuss Van Dyk's time in the beleaguered country as a reporter and as a hostage. [Transcript added.]
The White House has made it crystal clear: The U.S. is staying in Afghanistan to fight and—so it insists—win.
Drone strikes and other targeted attacks outside active hostile areas have increased under President Trump, killing a record number of civilians.
Historian Daniele Ganser says that the concept of the global "war on terror" is nothing but propaganda.