LOS HIJOS DE SANDINO
The Sandinista Revolution Was Resurrected—and Betrayed
ITCHING FOR A FIGHT
As Iran-U.S. Tensions Rise, Hezbollah Readies for War
A Crazed Arsonist Just Killed 33 at a Japanese Anime Studio
Kyoto Animation is one of the most respected and respectable anime studios in Japan, and now it's in cinders, with many of its people killed or hospitalized.
LUCHAMOS CONTRA EL YANQUI
‘Terrible and Glorious Days’: The Contra War of the 1980s
The Reagan administration decided it could solve the problem of El Salvador's civil war by giving covert aid to rebels fighting the Sandinistas. The results were grim.
China’s Persian Gulf Gambit
The Pentagon is worried about China building ports for its blue water navy in strategic locations. Gwadar on the Arabian Sea near the Strait of Hormuz is a prime example.
ENEMIGO DE LA HUMANIDAD
Central America’s Wars of the ’80s Still Haunt the U.S.
Bill Gentile was a young freelancer risking everything to report on the revolutions. Here he begins the story of what he discovered about war, journalism, and himself.
Inside Tibetan Buddhism’s ‘Rape’ and Abuse Scandal
Two women are accusing Sogyal Rinpoche—the founder of a leading Buddhist organization—of “rape” and “non-consensual” sex in a book that will be published on Thursday.
WEAPON OF MASS DISTRACTION
An Explosive New Clue to Salvini’s Intrigues With Russians
Italian anti-terrorism investigators looking into Neo-Nazi militants fighting for pro-Russian forces in the Ukraine stumbled on a cache of war-ready weapons.
Priest’s Son Held in Rape, Murder of American Scientist
A heinous murder on a picturesque Greek island has just taken a turn to the macabre.