- Robert O’Neill’s claim of killing Osama bin Laden is contested by colleagues, who say the real shooter is still unidentified.
- Two SEALS, who were part of the team that killed Osama Bin Laden, have provided competing narratives about the identity of Bin Laden's killer.
- The former Navy SEAL is under investigation for possibly revealing classified information in his book on the Bin Laden raid.
- Raheel’s selection was somewhat of a surprise, as Nawaz ignored the front-runner, Lieutenant General Haroon Aslam.
- CIA documents reveal that U.S. drone attacks, which are unpopular among Pakistani citizens, have covert support of the Pakistani government.
- Intelligence documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal new facts about the raid that killed the head of al Qaeda.
- The document from the Islamabad government unearthed other strange and fascinating details of Osama bin Laden’s secret life in Pakistan.
- "Zero Dark Thirty" is being boycotted by theater owners in Pakistan. It joins "Argo," banned in Iran, in courting international controversy.
- Hina Rabbani Khar, the Pakistani foreign minister, gave at talk in New York on everything from India to Malala.
- A federal appeals court panel is considering whether photos of Osama bin Laden's body should be released.
Senators Claim CIA Misled 'Zero Dark Thirty' Filmmakers About Waterboarding, Torture Techniques That Led To Bin Laden CapturePoliticians are accusing the CIA of lying to director Kathryn Bigelow and other filmmakers who produced the recent spy thriller “Zero Dark Thirty,” which chronicles the investigation and eventual killing of Osama Bin Laden.
- The possibility of a nuclear war between Pakistan and India grows every day. If the Pakistanis do not bring under control the terrorist groups in the country and resolve the conflicts with India, it is not a matter of if it will happen, but when. There have been few achievements to celebrate in the sixty-five year history of Pakistan and that has made the success of the nuclear program central to the national identity. This is especially true for the military that receives a quarter of the budget and is the only strong national institution.
- President Barack Obama spoke to the nation Tuesday evening during a surprise visit to Afghanistan, confirming that U.S troops will leave by the end of 2014.