Is the American Justice System Equipped to Deal With an Ex-ISIS Member?
Hoda Muthana, a 23-year-old American from Alabama who joined ISIS in 2015, wants to come home and face justice—is that possible?
U.N. Experts Say the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia Could Have Committed War Crimes in Yemen
A new report implicates the governments of Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia in war crimes that include rape and torture.
Viewfinder: Yemen Buries Children Killed by Saudi-Led Coalition Airstrike
Yemeni children take part in a mass funeral in the northern Yemeni city of Saada for children killed in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition last week.
When Is the U.S. Responsible for Allies' Civilian Casualties?
The U.S. is effectively fighting both sides of Yemen's ongoing civil war, with no clear definition of what victory looks like.
Viewfinder: Supporting the Houthi Movement in Yemen
A Yemeni girl holds a rifle as she attends a gathering in Sanaa on January 14th, 2018, in support of the Houthi movement.
How France—and Weak Sentencing Guidelines—Let the Charlie Hebdo Killers Go Free
"Terrorists are treated like common criminals when it comes to sentencing, even if they are repeat offenders."
An 'Aspirin' That Could Relieve the Pain of Child Marriage
Whether the story making the rounds that an eight-year-old bride died after her new husband had sex with her is true, there's still a huge global problem of forced child marriages.
Does the U.S. Pay Families When Drones Kill Innocent Yemenis?
We requested information on how the U.S. handles condolence payments for civilian drone strike deaths in Yemen. But the military won’t reveal a thing.