After Bin Laden
Pete Hamill on 9/11, Jihads, and Why bin Laden's Death Can't Bring Closure Deirdre Hamill/Quest Imagery

Pete Hamill on 9/11, Jihads, and Why bin Laden's Death Can't Bring Closure

A conversation with the legendary New York newspaperman, whose latest book, "Tabloid City", came out last week

Accidental Witness to Bin Laden Raid, Sohaib Athar Speaks Up Twitter

Accidental Witness to Bin Laden Raid, Sohaib Athar Speaks Up

In a rare interview with CNET, Sohaib Athar discussed life in Abbottabad, Pakistan, before and after the death of Osama Bin Laden

Terrorism Is a Tactic, but Osama Made It a Goal

My friend Brendan Greeley has written a blistering leader for Businessweek that explains why, in the end, the terrorists were never going to win. To…

Is it Right to Celebrate the Death of Someone Who Commits Evil? CafePress
The Most Absurd Newspaper Story of the Year Reuters

The Most Absurd Newspaper Story of the Year

The Washington Post asserts that the War in Iraq helped us get bin Laden by getting us used to continual conflict

Angry Birds, Abbottabad Edition Wikimedia Commons

Angry Birds, Abbottabad Edition

What does it mean that Bin Ladin had been living in this compound since 2005? You start to wonder if all his computer hardware will prove is that he whiled away the time playing Angry Birds.

Torture Opponents Were Right Image credit: Rick Wilking/Reuters

Torture Opponents Were Right

They've long insisted that a "ticking time bomb" exception would set us on a slippery slope. The reaction to bin Laden's death proves their point.

Obama's First Ground Zero Visit: 'Where is Osama Bin Laden?' Reuters

Obama's First Ground Zero Visit: 'Where is Osama Bin Laden?'

In 2008, the country was in a dark place and Osama bin Laden was still in hiding. Did this week's celebrations signal a brighter mood across America?

Dalai Lama Suggests Approval for Bin Laden Killing; Human Rights Watch Condemns Alex Gallardo / Reuters

Dalai Lama Suggests Approval for Bin Laden Killing; Human Rights Watch Condemns

The Buddhist leader and the human rights group come to different conclusions

Osama Bin Laden Scams and Viruses Spread Across the Web The Internet

Osama Bin Laden Scams and Viruses Spread Across the Web

Only hours after his death was confirmed, third-tier Internet criminals were using Bin Laden's face to infect computers worldwide

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