National security programs and their reach went through significant changes in the period that followed 9/11.
By Saher Khan, Vignesh Ramachandran
At the 20th anniversary of 9/11, American Muslims are considering what the last two decades have meant for them and their communities.
By Vignesh Ramachandran
This week, the PBS NewsHour is marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with stories examining some of the ways that day transformed the nation and the world. Amna Nawaz begins our coverage with a look at the effect…
This week will mark the end of Ramadan, and even though vaccinations, mask mandates and social distancing have slowed the spread of COVID-19, the pandemic is still hampering what’s meant to be a deeply communal holiday.
By Justin Stabley
By Associated Press
Biden will speak at the Million Muslim Votes Summit, held online and hosted by Emgage Action, which endorsed Biden in April.
By Stephen Braun and Robert Burns, Associated Press
Flynn has argued that Islamic State militants pose a threat on a global scale and demanded a far more aggressive U.S. military campaign against the group.
By PBS NewsHour
Growing up in Palm Springs, Iranian-American Muslim comedian Negin Farsad yearned to fit in. But as she grew older amid rising Islamophobia, Farsad realized she had her own people, and she could use her comedy to do more than make…
By PBS NewsHour
With the rise of the Islamic State group, there have been questions about just who speaks for Islam and what the message should be. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner talks with Manal Omar of the United States Institute of…
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