National security imperative of addressing foreign cyber interference in U.S. elections
The exile: The stunning inside story of Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida in flight
A discussion with Rep. Mac Thornberry on military readiness, modernization, and innovation
We know from some of the records we’ve seen over the years from groups like al-Qaeda that they see the United States as a harder place to get into than they do Europe.
I don’t think anyone in the administration should be under any illusions about [the possibility of a U.S. President meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un]. There’s no reason to believe that Kim is remotely close to or considering a path that does not entail the continued qualitative and quantitative advancement of his nuclear weapons capabilities.