Jessica Schulberg
Reporter-Researcher

MAP: Every Dangerous Place Where Airplanes Aren't Supposed to Fly
July 18, 2014

How often do passenger airplanes fly over conflict areas? The answer is frightening.

Where Did Ukraine's Rebels Get the Missile Launcher That Allegedly Shot Down the Malaysia Airlines Plane?
July 17, 2014

Where did they get a missile launcher that can hit a plane at cruising altitude? 

Why Is the U.S. So Stingy With Its Drones? It's Costing Us.
It's time to reexamine laws about selling UAVs to other countries
July 02, 2014

It's time to reexamine laws about selling UAVs to other countries.

How Will the Iraq Crisis Turn Out? Here Are a Few Scenarios.
June 19, 2014

It all comes down to what the U.S., Iran, and Saudi Arabia decide to do.

A Guide to Scott Walker's Hyperpolarized Home Base
June 15, 2014

Scott Walker’s home turf has racial and political divisions that are more extreme than those of nearly any other Midwestern or Northern city.

Just What Are America's Options in Iraq?
Obama got dealt a bad hand—and is playing it badly.
June 13, 2014

In the aftermath of ISIS’s seizure of major cities in Iraq, the U.S. has been caught without a grand strategy in the Middle East.

Obama Promised to Close Gitmo. The Troop Withdrawal May Finally Force Him to Do So.
June 09, 2014

International law says that when a conflict ends, prisoners of war must be sent home.

Were the Isla Vista Killings Preventable? A GOP Congressman Thinks So, and He's Got Bipartisan Support.
May 29, 2014

Rep. Tim Murphy wants families to have more power in handling a mentally ill loved one.

The Military Coup in Thailand Is Putting the U.S. in an Awkward Position
May 23, 2014

U.S. law says we must suspend aid to Thailand, but strategic military interests may inspire a more nuanced approach.