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  • Deaths raise questions about ways to aid abducted Americans

    The accidental killing of two hostages in a U.S. operation against al-Qaida has put a new spotlight on the Obama administration's reliance on drones in the battle against terrorism — and has also raised pressure on the White House to revise the nation's oft-criticized strategy for dealing with abducted Americans and their families.
  • U.S.-backed rebels team with Islamists to capture strategic Syrian city

    ISTANBUL Rebels, including members of U.S.-backed groups and al-Qaida's Nusra Front, captured the strategic town of Jisr al Shughur in northwest Syria on Saturday. It was the second major setback for the government of President Bashar Assad in Idlib...

    Analysis: Lynch's biggest challenge as Holder successor is ticking clock

    WASHINGTON When Loretta Lynch is sworn in next week, one challenge will loom larger than the rest: a ticking clock. As the new U.S. attorney general, who will combat corporate crime and prosecute terrorists, she will have just 21 months to leave her...

    Marathon bomber trial casts focus on Boston Muslims

    Boston's Muslim community has been once again thrust into the spotlight as the death penalty trial of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev nears its conclusion amid rising concerns of terrorist recruitment in America. Newspaper op-eds,...

    Are we winning the drone war?

    Are we winning the drone war?
    Almost two years ago, President Obama announced that he was tightening the rules under which the CIA carries out drone strikes against suspected terrorists in Pakistan, Yemen and other countries. “Before any strike is taken, there must be a near-...