Al-Qaida's Number Two Gets Droned While Taking A Drive

National Security | Russ Read
U.S. airmen prepare a U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drone as it leaves on a mission at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan March 9, 2016. Picture taken March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Josh Smith

Abu Khayr al-Masri was reportedly hit by a U.S. drone strike

Al-Qaida Leader Calls On Followers To Reject ISIS, Support Taliban

World | Russ Read

The jihadi civil war continues

Al-Qaida Leader Threatens To Attack America If Boston Bomber Is Executed

World | Jonathan Haggerty

He threatens ‘gravest consequences’ for America

Al-Qaida's New Branch In India Just Made It On State Dept's Terror List

National Security | Russ Read

‘AQIS and Umar are actively engaged in terrorism’

Al-Qaida Swears Allegiance To Taliban, Solidifying A Decades-Old Alliance

World | Russ Read

The move comes as the Taliban contests half of Afghanistan

Iran's Anti-Semitism Is More Than Just Hate, It's A Strategy To Make Friends In The Middle East

World | Russ Read
Iranian demonstrators burn an Israeli flag during a rally marking al-Quds (Jerusalem) Day in Tehran July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer/TIMA

Could Iran unite with al-Qaida against Israel?

Stop Asking 'Why Do They Hate Us?'

Opinion | A.J. Caschetta
Muslims hold placards as they march towards the U.S. embassy in London May 6, 2011. On the frontline of the war against terrorism -- and Britain is undoubtedly a frontline -- private initiatives hint at the failure of state-sponsored efforts to counter jihad. Almost six years on from a massive coordinated terror attack on London's transport system, the main nationwide programme to deter young men from extremism still hasn't moved past mistrust and suspicion. Picture taken May 6, 2011. To match Special Report BRITAIN-MUSLIMS/RADICALS REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Has the West learned nothing in the past decade and a half? Why do we still ask this question when the answer is clear?

14 Years Later: Al-Qaida Is Once Again Running Ops Out Of Afghanistan

World | Rachel Stoltzfoos
Smoke pours from the twin towers of the World Trade Center after they were hit by two hijacked airliners in a terrorist attack September 11, 2001 in New York City. (Robert Giroux/Getty Images)

After Operation Enduring Freedom, same old safe haven

Countering Violent Extremism Really Does Involve Killing Terrorists

Opinion | Michael G. Waltz

The biggest danger to Islamic extremists is not defeat, it’s irrelevance.

On Counterterrorism, The Blind Are Leading The Blind

Opinion | Michael S. Smith II

The case for making more terrorism-related data available to the public

Never underestimate Al-Qaeda

Opinion | Olivier Guitta

The Kenya mall attack marks a shift in strategy, to deadly, media-savvy occupations that the West should have seen coming.

Is the federal government investigating WHO LEAKED al Qaida's 'Legion of Doom' conference call?

Politics | Josh Peterson
Ayman al-Zawahri

Or did the Obama admin authorize the leak?

Al-Qaida leader: American 'awe is lost,' 'might is gone' - TheDC

World | Jessica Stanton

‘Their ambassador in Benghazi was killed and the flags of their embassies were lowered in Cairo and Sana’a’

Help Wanted: al-Qaida seeks new number two - TheDC

World | Stephen Elliott
US Pakistan CIA Drones

Predator drones continue to make al-Qaida second-in-command a dangerous job

Bin Laden betrayed by fellow al-Qaeda leader? - Daily Mail

World | Laura Donovan

Al-Qaeda deputy leader, Ayman Al Zawahiri ‘led U.S. troops to Pakistan hideaway’

Stop Al Jazeera's expansion in the United States

Feature:Opinion | Pamela Geller

No organization has done as much to spread hate, lies and incitement to violence as Al Jazeera.

Phase Three

Opinion | Fred Grandy

Radical Islamists are manipulating U.S. public opinion to their advantage.

Why Washington should be wary of the Muslim Brotherhood

Opinion | Steven Sotloff

The group has a long history of involvement in violent causes and many radical groups, including al Qaeda, have sprung from its loins.

Egyptians unfriend Mubarak

Opinion | Ron Hart

Who do the Egyptians think they are, the French?