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War & Terrorism
We Need to Worry About Somali Terrorists in the U.S.
A cadre of young Somali-American men are getting indoctrinated in the belief that it’s okay to attack people who disagree with you
Military Recruiters Have Gone Too Far
The Pentagon is using video games to infiltrate middle schools.
Striking Syria Is Completely Illegal
The fundamental rule of international law is that states cannot attack other states, even for humanitarian reasons
Little al-Qaedas Loom Large
The terrorist group’s franchise operations are a threat. Here’s how to deal with them
The Twisted Allure of Jihadi Glory
Like much of modern life, even terrorism can be glamorized
Tamerlan Tsarnaev Is Buried in Virginia: Where Other Notorious Criminals Were Laid To Rest
TIME takes a look at where the remains of other notorious criminals throughout history have ended up
Terrorists and Mass Shooters: More Similar Than We Thought
A new survey shows that suicide terrorists and mass-homicide perpetrators tend to draw from the same pool of grievance-collecting young men
The Boston Bombing: Should Cameras Now Be Everywhere?
More video surveillance will be coming to cities across America. But how do we balance safety with privacy?
Who’s Behind the Boston Bombings? Some Initial Clues
The attack was low-tech and apparently leaderless, which points us in several possible directions
Criminals and Terrorists Can Fly Drones Too
Remote-controlled aircraft and robot technology can be used for bad just as easily as for good
Why Zero Dark Thirty Is Not Your Usual Hollywood Fare
The depiction of Navy SEALs was deadly accurate — and should be celebrated.
Washington Is Overreacting to Zero Dark Thirty
The movie is misleading, but that hardly warrants a congressional inquiry.