As Migrant Children Were Put to Work, U.S. Ignored Warnings
The White House and federal agencies were repeatedly alerted to signs of children at risk. The warnings were ignored or missed.
Hospitals and Aid Groups Become Targets as Sudan Fighting Intensifies
Civilians are caught in the cross-fire, and two rival generals vying for power made it clear their forces had no intention of standing down.
Russian Invasion of Ukraine Revolutionizes NATO Military Strategy
Shocked by Russian atrocities, NATO is becoming the war-fighting alliance it was during the Cold War, committed to defending “every inch” of its territory from Day 1.
After American’s Killing in Syria, F.B.I. Builds War Crimes Case Against Top Officials
The inquiry aims to hold to account Syrian officials considered key architects of a brutal system of detention and torture that has flourished under President Bashar al-Assad.