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Staff who work for Médecins Sans Frontières — better known in America as Doctors Without Borders — are heroes. They treat diseases like Ebola on the frontlines. They go into crisis zones with compassion.

Now at least 12 of them are dead.

A MSF hospital was left in flames after a U.S.-led bombing strike in the Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday.

By John Ubaldi
Contributor, In Homeland Security

Both President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the United Nations, and each gave vastly different strategies in how to deal with Syria and ISIS.

The United States and China have agreed that neither country will conduct economic espionage in cyberspace in a deal that addresses a major source of tension in the bilateral relationship.

The pact also calls for a process aimed at helping to ensure compliance.

The agreement, reached in talks Thursday and Friday between President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, has the potential — if it is upheld — to alleviate one of the most significant threats to U.S.

By John Ubaldi
Contributor, In Homeland Security

The Middle East has always confounded the United States, but in recent years the region has exploded into a chaotic mess, one in which the U.S. seems to be reacting to events instead of shaping events.

By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security

Nearly 20 years after 19 U.S. Airman were killed and another 372 were wounded, the designer of the terrorist plot that targeted the U.S. Air Force barracks at the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia is finally in custody.

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton faces a widening investigation. The latest stack of private emails while Secretary of State, has uncovered not only classified material, but items with the highest classification of U.S. state secrets: top secret.