I was the first reporter allowed to visit Isa Munayev’s secret base, and I would be the last to see him alive.
From broken mirrors to lost lives, the U.S. military has paid millions to ordinary Afghans for death and destruction during over a decade of U.S.-led military operations.
Volunteer battalions are key to Ukraine’s fight against Russian-backed separatists. A reporter goes inside a Chechen-led battalion.
People held at Homan Square describe being hit and bound for hours in an intentionally overheated room.
Twenty-three years ago, Garrett’s girlfriend died in a fire. The state says he killed her. Fire scientists say the state is wrong.
Despite campaign rhetoric promising a smaller government, defense contractors are confident that the new Republican congressional majority will boost spending on their industry. “Friends, this experiment with big government has lasted long enough,” Mitch McConnell, the Republican majority leader, said on election night last November, echoing a common theme among GOP candidates. McConnell’s party won>>
This morning, the Federal Communications Commission voted to guarantee the open Internet through so-called net neutrality rules, and with it, forged ahead with one of the biggest policy accomplishments of the Obama administration. “This is probably the most important ruling in the history of the FCC,” says Tim Karr, campaign director for Free Press. Net>>
Once regarded as a fringe group of exiles, the Mojahedin have used money and supporters to go from outlawed terrorist organization to influential players.
The FBI Wednesday announced the arrest of three men it alleges planned to help the Islamic State, news that at first appeared to confirm fears that radical extremism is spreading to the United States. “The flow of foreign fighters to Syria represents an evolving threat to our country and to our allies,” U.S. Attorney Loretta>>
Nine days before Rodney Reed was scheduled to die in Texas for a crime he swears he didn’t commit, the state’s highest criminal court issued a stay of execution. The order came down late Monday afternoon, in response to an appeal citing new and compelling scientific evidence that challenges the state’s timeline of events in>>
The agency said it’s unable to extinguish what the FBI called “the greatest potential incendiary threat to aviation.”
The world’s largest maker of SIM cards is downplaying the hack by US and British spies. But security experts say the company is underestimating the NSA and GCHQ.
Canada’s electronic surveillance agency is covertly monitoring vast amounts of Canadians’ emails as part of a sweeping domestic cybersecurity operation, according to top-secret documents. The surveillance initiative, revealed Wednesday by CBC News in collaboration with The Intercept, is sifting through millions of emails sent to Canadian government agencies and departments, archiving details about them on>>