Murtaza Hussain is a reporter at The Intercept who focuses on national security and foreign policy. He has appeared on CNN, BBC, MSNBC, and other news outlets.
FBI Pressured U.S. Resident to Sign Away His Green Card, Forcing Him Into Exile
Akram Djumaev’s 2016 encounter with federal agents at the U.S. Embassy in Uzbekistan is the subject of a new lawsuit.
The 9/11 WarsOver Two Decades, U.S.’s Global War on Terror Has Taken Nearly 1 Million Lives and Cost $8 Trillion
A new report from the Costs of War Project makes staggering estimates for the human and financial costs of the global forever wars.
U.S. Citizen in Afghanistan Was Desperate to Get Out — but the State Department Never Called Back
Prince Wafa, an Afghan American, fears for his life because of his work with the U.S. military.
Drone WarsU.S. Drone Strike in Kabul Killed a Family — and Began a New Chapter of the War
Though U.S. forces are leaving Afghanistan, the war could continue with remotely controlled drone strikes — and even less accountability.