Ryan Devereaux is a journalist covering the intersections of national security, U.S. foreign policy and human rights.
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Articles by Ryan Devereaux on theintercept.com
While NYC's Wireless Emergency Alert system has been used more than a half dozen times over the last few years, Monday marked the first time it had been activated to aid the police in the search for a wanted man.
With a key road cut off, and facing strikes by Syrian government and Russian forces, Aleppo City faces an unprecedented humanitarian crisis.
Scores of civilians trapped in Islamic State-controlled territory in northern Syria were reportedly killed Tuesday by airstrikes from Western coalition aircraft.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and now a Trump supporter, is convinced the nation is facing a potential existential threat: a rising tide of radical Islam.
After seven years of secrecy, the White House released an internal assessment of the number of civilians killed by drone strikes in nations where the U.S. is not officially at war.