TIME takes a look at where the remains of other notorious criminals throughout history have ended up
War & Terrorism
A new survey shows that suicide terrorists and mass-homicide perpetrators tend to draw from the same pool of grievance-collecting young men
More video surveillance will be coming to cities across America. But how do we balance safety with privacy?
The attack was low-tech and apparently leaderless, which points us in several possible directions
Remote-controlled aircraft and robot technology can be used for bad just as easily as for good
The depiction of Navy SEALs was deadly accurate — and should be celebrated.
The movie is misleading, but that hardly warrants a congressional inquiry.
The rabbi who gave the benediction at the DNC asks, Which candidate will prevent nuclear terror?
In the United States, some types of hate are more tolerated than others
The United States and Russia bear a special responsibility for the world’s nuclear security. Can they live up to it?
Now that Staff Sergeant Robert Bales faces 17 counts of murder, it’s time to reopen the debate on mental-health screening for our soldiers, says a veteran who suffered from post-traumatic stress
There must have been a breakdown in leadership or protocol to allow a lone soldier to wander off base and commit such a heinous crime
Recruiting more female officers might increase our chances of finding better solutions to our military problems