Tenth anniversary coverage of the terrorist attacks.
The fear of another attack is something that has become embedded in our collective consciousness, writes Justin Sinclair, whether we realize it or not.
After 9/11, two years and 23 suicide attacks in Israel left author Alison Murphy inured to the frequency of terror strikes. Now she wonders, can she get unused to them?
An activist and Black Lives Matter supporter wonders why she’s afraid to watch viral videos of these episodes. A special, off-cycle edition of Heavy Meddle.
Saudi Arabia has long been a cornerstone in America’s Middle East strategy. Should it still be?
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz urges stepped up vigilance in so-called "Muslim neighborhoods," and a Twitter hashtag conveying indignation, humor and humanity is born.
Speculating about the malevolent motives of our ideological opponents is increasingly common these days, on both left and right.
By embracing global terror, the Islamic State may have rushed into a bigger fight than it can handle.
The most immediate way to fight terrorism is to not give into it.
National security officials offer general, unsubstantiated assurances that they’re keeping us safe without unduly invading our privacy. Does anyone actually believe that?
What explains the widespread belief in conspiracy theories? And can it help account for the Boston Marathon suspects’ turn to terrorism? Research in social and cognitive psychology offers some insight.
After acts of random or senseless violence, our natural instinct is to retreat. But what we really need is to come together.
The law that forms the foundation of the war on terror is almost obsolete, undermining the legal basis of U.S. counterterrorism operations.
The anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001 is always painful for victims’ families. But, says Carie Lemack, who lost her mother, it’s also a time to remember our common goals.