Letters to the editor for the June 1, 2015, weekly magazine.
Here are five key takeaways from the allegations that US prosecutors hope will send some of the world's most powerful and wealthy soccer officials to jail.
The nine current and former FIFA officials arrested today could be the tip of the iceberg.
With the fall of Ramadi, the 'new' Iraqi Army continues to crumble. In its place sectarian militias are coming to the fore.
The attack on Thursday night follows Al Shabab's brief takeover of a mosque in the area, which borders Somalia, the base for the militant group.
With an election this past March and a new president taking power, Nigeria illustrates how a democracy stands up for its values against terrorist groups like Boko Haram.
Recently declassified documents and books seized at the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011 may offer a window on the terrorist leader's interests.
Rep. Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday assessed the vulnerabilities of US civilian aviation.
Baghdad's war against the Islamic State does not appear to be going as well as US officials have led many to believe.
We don't know and we don't know appear to be the two answers.
There is a slim segment of the population that still believes that George W. Bush's decision to go into Iraq was a good idea. But they won’t be the deciders in 2016.
The US-Saudi relationship epitomizes the old maxim that nations don’t have permanent friends or enemies, only interests.