FBI Chided for Weaknesses in Tracking Domestic Terrorists

Inspector General Michael Horowitz said that while the bureau seemed to recognize its failings, it had “not taken sufficient action” to fix problems. The bureau assessed several suspects as potential threats but didn’t fully investigate, including a Boston Marathon bombing suspects and mass shooters in Orlando and Fort Hood, Tx.


Do Targeted Killings Really Make Us Safer?

Recent studies suggest that the assassinations of terrorist leaders have little effect on reducing terrorist violence—and may even increase the risk.  So why does Washington consider this a viable counterterrorism strategy?