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Settlement Reached in C.I.A. Torture Case

Settlement Reached in C.I.A. Torture Case

Dr. Bruce Jessen, left, and Dr. James Mitchell, psychologists who contracted with the C.I.A.
Saved on 9/11, by the Man in the Red Bandanna

Saved on 9/11, by the Man in the Red Bandanna

The documentary “Man in Red Bandana” premiered on Wednesday night in Suffern, N.Y., at the Lafayette Theater.
Kabul Streets Turn Violent in Annual Reminder of Civil War

Kabul Streets Turn Violent in Annual Reminder of Civil War

A portrait of Ahmad Shah Massoud, an anti-Taliban leader. His supporters turned out on the streets of Kabul on Saturday, the anniversary of his death in 2001.
Trump Commemorates Sept. 11 Attacks With Vow to Conquer ‘Evil’

Trump Commemorates Sept. 11 Attacks With Vow to Conquer ‘Evil’

President Trump and Melania, his wife, participated in a September 11th observance at the Pentagon National 9/11 Memorial on Monday.
Senate Rejects Bipartisan Effort to End 9/11 Military Force Declaration

Senate Rejects Bipartisan Effort to End 9/11 Military Force Declaration

Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, has been pushing for years to repeal authorizations of military force passed after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, arguing that Congress never intended them to
Trilobites: Yearly 9/11 Tribute Shows Light Pollution’s Effects on Birds

Trilobites: Yearly 9/11 Tribute Shows Light Pollution’s Effects on Birds

A study quantified the effects on birds when the September 11 “Tribute in Light’s” beams are switched on.
Everyday Horrors: Art in the Age of Terror

Everyday Horrors: Art in the Age of Terror

James Bridle created his “Drone Shadow” to understand drones as a physical reality rather than an idea.
No Need to Update 9/11 War Law, Trump Officials Tell Congress

No Need to Update 9/11 War Law, Trump Officials Tell Congress

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, right, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis testified Monday before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in Washington.
Remembering 8 Lives Lost in the Manhattan Truck Attack

Remembering 8 Lives Lost in the Manhattan Truck Attack

Bahij Chancey held a sign with photographs of Nicholas Francis Cleves during a vigil in Foley Square in Manhattan on Wednesday. Mr. Cleves was one of eight people killed in a terrorist attack in the
School Friends From Argentina, Killed in Manhattan Terror Attack

School Friends From Argentina, Killed in Manhattan Terror Attack

From left Hernan Ferruchi, Alejandro Pagnucco, Ariel Erlij, Ivan Brajckovic, Juan Pablo Trevisan, Hernan Mendoza, Diego Angelini and Ariel Benvenuto, gathered for a photo on Saturday at the airport in
Bin Laden's disdain for the west grew in Shakespeare's birthplace, journal shows

Bin Laden's disdain for the west grew in Shakespeare's birthplace, journal shows

CIA released journal as part of 470,000 documents collected from Bin Laden’s house, showing he visited the UK as a teenager and found it to be ‘decadent’A summer trip to the UK as a teenager and
Fact Check: Trump Calls Terrorism Trial Process ‘a Joke,’ Despite Hundreds of Convictions

Fact Check: Trump Calls Terrorism Trial Process ‘a Joke,’ Despite Hundreds of Convictions

Ahmad Khan Rahimi in December 2016. He was convicted last month for planting bombs in Manhattan and New Jersey in September 2016.
Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

President Trump at a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
Never-before-seen footage of Osama bin Laden's son released by CIA – video

Never-before-seen footage of Osama bin Laden's son released by CIA – video

The CIA has released previously unseen video of Osama bin Laden's son and potential successor in a trove of material recovered during the May 2011 raid that killed the al-Qaida leader at his compound
How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work

How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work

Secret papers show how far MI6 went to please Libya’s ruthless intelligence agents – including helping to kidnap the dictator’s enemies. By Ian CobainFive days after 9/11, early on a Sunday evening, a
Director of American Counterterrorism Center to Step Down

Director of American Counterterrorism Center to Step Down

Nicholas J. Rasmussen, the director the National Counterterrorism Center, during a Senate hearing in September. He is one of the few American officials to serve continuously in counterterrorism jobs
Who Owns Art From Guantánamo Bay? Not Prisoners, U.S. Says

Who Owns Art From Guantánamo Bay? Not Prisoners, U.S. Says

A painting by Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah al Ansi, a former prisoner at Guantánamo Bay, is part of an exhibit in New York of artwork by men who have been held at the prison.