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Updated January 1, 2015 - 11:27 PM EST
Afghan Troops Kill 28 Civilians in Wedding Party
 
  2014 – the Deadliest Year for Afghan Civilians on Record
  Leaked Docs Show US Used Drones to Target Afghan Drug Lords
Can ISIS Extend Current Momentum In 2015?
 
  Shi'ite Militias Redraw the Map in Central Iraq
  Jordan Stopped ISIS Airstrikes After Pilot's Capture
  US Begins Training Recruits; 231 Killed Across Iraq
Palestinians Join ICC, Prompting Israeli Threats
 
  Behind the UN Vote: How the Palestinian Bid Was Defeated
49 Killed in Suicide Bombing in Central Yemen
Pentagon Releases Five Gitmo Detainees to Kazakhstan
Senate Judiciary Presses FBI for Cellphone Spying Details
Viewpoints
No, North Korea Did Not Threaten to Blow Up the White House  by Zachary Keck
A Radical Question About the CIA in the Mainstream Press  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Secrets and Spies: Data in 2015, the Year After Everything Changed  by Gregg Levine
It's Not the Koran, It's Us  by Leonard C. Goodman

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Frontline
Sony Hacker Threat Against Wolf Blitzer and CNN a Hoax
Obama Envoy John Allen: No 'Short-Term Solutions' for Stopping ISIS
US Had 'Absolutely No Role' in Gambia Attempted Coup: US Official
Feds Sent as Much Military Hardware to Local Cops After Ferguson as Before
Whereabouts of US Spy Released in Cuba Deal Are Unknown
 
The War at Home
NSA Has VPNs in Vulcan Death Grip No, Really, That's What They Call It
NYPD Work Slowdown Not Official but 'Understandable', Says Union President
WikiLeaks Claims Employee's Google Mail, Metadata Seized by US Government
F-35 'Stealth Jet' Will Not Be Able to Fire Its Guns Until 2019
Federal Judge Orders Marine Corps to Answer Charges It Discredited Whistleblower
US Opening of Oil Export Tap Widens Battle for Global Market
US Executions Fall to 20-Year Low as Death Penalty Politics Shift
Afghanistan
Bribes Free Drug Kingpin in Afghanistan, Where Cash Often Overrules Justice
Retired Afghan Leader Meets, Advises Successor 'Almost Daily'
Turkish Forces Take Command of Kabul Airport
Afghan Mountain Hamlet a Proving Ground for Army
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
Five Dead in New Year's Eve Clashes on India-Pakistan Border
Pakistan Decides to Broaden Scope of Military Courts
Pakistan Executes Musharraf Death-Plot Convict
Asia
North Korea Leader Seeks Meeting With South
Bomb Blast in Philippines Kills 4, Wounds 30
Nigeria
With Schoolgirls Taken by Boko Haram Still Missing, US-Nigeria Ties Falter
Boko Haram Militants Kill 15 Near Chibok
At Least 6 Killed by Suicide Bomb in Bus in Nigeria's Yobe State
Nigeria's Gombe Military Barracks Hit by Suspected Suicide Bomber
Libya
Libya Containing Es Sider Oil Fire but Export Resumption in Question
France Says World Must Stop Libya From Becoming Terrorist Haven
Africa
US Confirms Killing Shebab Intel Chief in Somalia
Tunisia Election: Beji Caid Essebsi Sworn in as President
Could War Come Back to Western Sahara? Some of Algeria's Sahrawi Refugees Think So.
Cuba
Cuba Frees Dissidents From Crackdown Condemned by US
 
Iraq
US Begins Training Recruits; 231 Killed Across Iraq
US Troops, Back in Iraq, Train a Force to Fight ISIS
Kurds in New ISIS Offensive in Iraq
The Reality of a Refugee Camp in Khanaqin, Iraq
Syria
Syria Rebels: Obama Administration Ignored Early Plan to Stop ISIS
Syria Kurds Control 70 Percent of Besieged Kobani: Monitor
Is ISIS Winning Battle for Islamic Radicals' Hearts and Minds?
UK Terrorism Arrests Jump 40% Amid Militants' Trips to Syria
British Woman Held Over Syria Terror Offenses
Iran
Rubio: New Sanctions on Iran Coming
Iran and Iraq Deepen Defense Ties, Sign Pact
Israel/Palestine
Netanyahu Heads to Resounding Win in Likud Leadership Vote
Shas Chairman Aryeh Deri Formally Resigns From Knesset
Meretz Launches Campaign: 'We Will Make Sure Herzog Doesn't Lose Direction'
Israeli Troops to Withdraw From Gaza Border Communities
Israel Convicts Organizer of West Bank Teen Kidnap, Murder
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia: Israelis Banned, but Jews Now Allowed to Work Here
Saudi Beheads 83 People in 2014, the Most in Years
Turkey
Turkish PM Says Peace With Kurds Will Continue; Warns 'Provocateurs'
PKK Umbrella Group Blames Sirnak Violence on Turkey's Ruling Party
Cyprus Says Turkey Must Stop 'Bullying' Over Gas
Russia/Ukraine
Wide Power Outage in Rebel-Held Ukrainian City
Putin Praises Crimea's 'Return Home'
Anti-Putin Protest Fizzles as Police Sweep Square
Russia's Gazprom Says Ukraine Has Paid $150 Mln for Jan Gas
Lithuania
Lithuania Joins Baltic Neighbours in Euro Club
Mexico
Witness Confirms Cover-Up of Mexico Army Slayings
Mexican Self-Defense Members Turn Themselves in After Clash
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
12/31/2014
The Sony Hack Fraud

Ivan Eland
12/30/2014
Hysteria Over Sony Hacking Is Unwarranted

Lucy Steigerwald
12/25/2014
Playing the Christmas Truce

Nebojsa Malic
12/20/2014
Why We Fight

David R. Henderson
12/16/2014
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
8/02/2014
Yet Another War of Deceit

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