The proceeds could help fund America's wars abroad and other efforts in the war on terror or even a scholarship for 9/11 victims
Obama as Captain America, Defense Secretary Robert Gates as the Martian Manhunter, Hillary Clinton as Wonder Woman -- and more
The other woman in the situation room photo wasn't the only young staffer in the room, just the only one we could see
Obama campaigned against the Bush approach to fighting terrorism. We elected him. Does he owe us follow through?
In war, it's worth remembering we adhere to civilized norms for our own benefit -- and not for our enemies
In footage released by the Pentagon Saturday, Osama bin Laden glances at congressional floor proceedings on Arabic TV
"Anyone who would question that the perpetrator of mass murder on American soil didn't deserve what he got needs to have their head examined."
In foreign policy and military strategy, Obama and his predecessor aren't so far apart
After ordering the raid the killed al Qaeda's leader, the commander in chief gets to start over
It might not be a bad sign that so many teenagers didn't know who he was
Former officials are taking credit for bin Laden's death, but the current president has corrected his predecessor's misguided thinking
The verbal slip-up doesn't just happen because the words are similar. It has to do with how the brain processes language.
The political legacy of opposition to apartheid has devolved into hostility toward the West -- and sympathy for anyone else engaged in "anti-imperial struggle"
A beauty of a quote from Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal, digging in on the question of whether it was right or wrong for the U.S. to assassinate the mass murderer Osama Bin Laden
The president was somber during his visit to honor 9/11 victims, but crowds nearby were raucous and still talking about Osama bin Laden
The National Geospatial Agency mapped bin Laden's compound, analyzed drone data, and helped the SEALs simulate their mission
Days after Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden, the president lays a wreath at the site of the 9/11 attacks but does not make a speech
Conservatives still look for reasons to call the president weak. It's going to backfire.
Understanding an ally that hides terrorists even as it kills many of them
As pundits rush to apply historical significance to any big event, from the Challenger disaster to slaying Osama, real meaning can be trivialized
A conversation with the legendary New York newspaperman, whose latest book, "Tabloid City", came out last week