SEALs Return To Yemen To Kill Terrorists For First Time Since Botched January Raid

World | Saagar Enjeti
U.S. Army Rangers, assigned to 2nd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment, prepare for extraction from their objective during Task Force Training on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 30, 2014. Rangers constantly train to maintain their tactical proficiency. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Steven Hitchcock)

Encountered a significant firefight

Al-Qaida Breaks Up With Its Most Successful Branch After Internal Drama

National Security | Russ Read
Members of al Qaeda's Nusra Front gather before moving towards their positions during an offensive to take control of the northwestern city of Ariha from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Idlib province May 28, 2015. The Syrian army has pulled back from the northwestern city of Ariha after a coalition of insurgent groups seized the last city in Idlib province in northwestern Syria near the Turkish border that was still held by the government. (PHOTO: REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah)

‘Really big problems right now’

Bin Laden's Son Is On The Rise

World | Saagar Enjeti
Osama bin-Laden Press Conference (Photo: Getty Images)

‘He wants to avenge his dad’

Al-Qaida Affiliate Gets Off Terrorist List By Changing Name

National Security | David Krayden

It’s not a new strategy for the jihadists

Al-Qaida Calls For 'Easy And Simple' Attacks In The West

National Security | Russ Read
Militants belonging to Somalia?s Al-Qaeda-inspired Shebab Islamists stand in formation on October, 21, 2010 during a show of force in Somalia's capital Mogadishu. A Briton held hostage for close to a week in Somalia flew out of the country and was headed for Kenya on Octobner 21, a day after being released by his captors, AFP PHOTO/STRINGER (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Take it easy and simple’

US Identifies Navy SEAL Killed In Firefight With Al-Qaida In Somalia

World | Saagar Enjeti
(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jasmine Sheard/Released) 120507-N-7441-003

‘Embodied the warrior spirit’

Six Years Since Bin Laden's Death, And His Group Is More Powerful Than Ever

National Security | Russ Read
AFGHANISTAN - MAY 26: (VIDEO CAPTURE) This image taken from a collection of videotapes obtained by CNN shows Saudi terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden at a press conference May 26, 1998 in Afghanistan. The tape showing this image was included in a large collection of videotapes obtained by CNN from a secret location in Afghanistan. Although it can not be positively verified that the tapes were created by the al Qaeda terrorist network the tapes do show dramatic and sometimes repulsive images of poison gas experiments on dogs, instructions on making TNT and weapons training by men speaking Arabic. (Photo by CNN via Getty Images)

Bin Laden may be dead, but his terrorist legacy continues to live on

Feds Revoke Citizenship Of California Al-Qaida Recruiter

US | Will Racke
A Palestinian Salafist holds an Al-Qaeda-affiliated flag during a protest against an amateur film mocking Islam in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on September 14, 2012. Anti-US protests by crowds whipped into fury by a film that mocks Islam erupted across the Muslim world, as violence exploded in Sudan, Lebanon, Tunisia and Yemen leaving five dead and dozens injured. (PHOTO: AFP PHOTO/ SAID KHATIB)

The car salesman moonlighted as a logistics provider for jihadis

The Sacrifices That Saved Afghanistan

Opinion | Rep. Keith Rothfus

American service members and their families have paid a tremendous price over the past 15 years.

A Desperate ISIS Might Be Looking To Form An Alliance With Al-Qaida

National Security | Russ Read
This July 5, 2014 photo shows an image grab taken from a propaganda video released by al-Furqan Media allegedly showing the leader of the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, aka Caliph Ibrahim, adressing Muslim worshippers at a mosque in the militant-held northern Iraqi city of Mosul. Baghdadi, who on June 29 proclaimed a "caliphate" straddling Syria and Iraq, purportedly ordered all Muslims to obey him in the video released on social media. In early 2014 the self-styled Islamic State entered the northern Syrian city of Raqqa, declaring it their capital and beginning a reign of terror marked by grisly public executions. Armed sharia police patrolled the streets as "enemies" of the regime were crucified or decapitated, their severed heads impaled on spikes in the city square. Student Abdalaziz Alhamza and his friends decided to form "Raqqa is Being Silently Slaughtered" (RBSS), a band of courageous citizen journalists who risk their lives to document IS atrocities. AFP/Getty Images.

ISIS may return to its old parent group after suffering a string of losses

We Are Now Al-Qaeda's Air Force

Opinion | Moses Apostaticus

Jihadis are the main beneficiaries of strikes against Syria.

Top Al-Qaida Terrorist Was Once Freed From US Custody In Afghanistan

National Security | Saagar Enjeti

‘appointed as AQ’s representative in Syria by AQ senior leadership’

Saudi Arabia Sued Over 9/11

World | Saagar Enjeti
Fiery blasts rocks the World Trade Center after being hit by two planes September 11, 2001 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

800 families of the victims of 9/11

Trump May Toss Obama's Drone Strike Rules To Kill More Terrorists

National Security | Saagar Enjeti
A U.S. airman guides a U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drone as it taxis to the runway at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan

‘This plan is a political-military plan’

Al-Qaida Returns To Prominence In Syria As ISIS Continues To Be Beaten Back

National Security | Russ Read

An increase in suicide bombings show al-Qaida may be back to stay

Trump Gives Troops More Slack To Break Al-Qaida Heads In Yemen

World | Saagar Enjeti
A C-130 from the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station launches flares over Lake Ontario during a training exercise August 10, 2011, Niagara Falls, NY. Flares can be launched from an aircraft as a defensive measure against hostile forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee)

‘Area of active hostility’

Fatal Yemen Raid Yielded Intel On 'Hundreds' Of Al-Qaida Operatives

World | Saagar Enjeti
Osama bin Laden is shown in this file video frame grab released by the U.S. Pentagon May 7, 2011. Source: REUTERS/Pentagon/Handout/Files

‘Almost everything went wrong’

Germany Arrests Syrian Migrant Suspected Of Executing 36 People

World | Jacob Bojesson
Fighters from Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate Al-Nusra Front drive in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo flying Islamist flags as they head to a frontline, on May 26, 2015. Once Syria's economic powerhouse, Aleppo has been divided between government control in the city's west and rebel control in the east since shortly after fighting there began in mid-2012. AFP PHOTO / AMC / FADI AL-HALABI (Fadi al-Halabi/AFP/Getty Images)

Allegedly killed 36 government employees

Mad Dog Out Of The Cage: Mattis May Not Have To Ask Before Sending SEALs After Terrorists

Daily Caller News Foundation | Saagar Enjeti
U.S. President Trump speaks at swearing-in ceremony for Defense Secretary Mattis at the Pentagon in Washington

‘In stark contrast to that imposed by former President Barack Obama’