An exclusive interview with Romney's former campaign manager Ben Coes.
Exclusive interviews with some of the loved ones of those who perished. (Also read: "Commemorate 9/11 by Stopping Iran")
Inspiration comes from their wounded boss.
A stray Iraqi dog recovering from abuse walked 70 miles to find the U.S. Marine who had shown him affection.
Marcia Clark's Guilt by Association is an insightful, reality-based, entertaining, funny, and riveting novel.
An interview with one of the producers of The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave of 9/11 Attacks.
The usual suspects — CAIR and the ACLU — are suing the Bureau for infiltrating mosques in Orange County.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was wounded last month in Tucson. Her friends, neighbors, and constituents tell PJ Media about the woman they know as "Gabby."
The "Grim Sleeper" cold case heats up.
Biographers Ron Chernow and John Yoo show his greatness still undiminished and unmatched.
PJM interviewed several anti-terrorism experts to get an idea of what al-Qaeda and their murderous affiliates may attempt next. (Update: "Oregon Plot: This Is How You Stop Terrorists")
The replacement of Jim Jones with Thomas Donilon as NSA means a change in our counterinsurgency plans in Afghanistan that will see far fewer regular troops and more Special Forces.
No, it doesn't get much easier, say the families of six who lost their lives that day. Their greatest worry? That Americans will forget why their loved ones were murdered.
Former CIA Director James Woolsey tells PJM: "There should be a mass demonstration in front of Bloomberg’s office."
Michael Hayden's comments about Iran’s nuclear ambitions are too vital an issue to be reduced to a series of sound bites and headlines.
The talk radio and television megastar has written a book that is both a warning about a possible future for the U.S. and a good-old fashioned political thriller.
The creator of the "We Con the World" video sent a sharp message to Islamists, and now has some barbs for her critics. (Click here to watch "We Con the Wold" at PJTV.) Update: “The Three Terrors” — get it on YouTube while you can.
A huge rally took place in L.A. on Sunday, declaring unity with Israel over the flotilla incident.
Several legal and security experts explain to PJM why national security must trump prosecutorial success.
Once critical of Bush's policy, President Obama adopted a similar, though softer, strategy.
Former Justice official John Yoo tells PJM: “President Obama’s speech in Cairo projected a vision of American weakness where people think they can make violent threats and get away with it."
Yes, the CIA has issues to address, but the men and women of this agency are the ones who have kept Americans safe.