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With journalism under attack, protecting press freedom is more urgent

Editors and news executives gathered in Chicago last week to discuss how the industry will face a world that is increasingly dangerous for journalists.... Read more»

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Analysis

Bin Laden successor may be more ruthless than slain al-Qaeda leader

Arrogant and abrasive, many believe Ayman al Zawahiri may not have what it takes to maintain respect and last as a terrorist leader.... Read more»

Video: Bin Laden's neighbors speak out

Abbottabad residents say bin Laden’s house always seemed out of place.... Read more»

Obama won't release 'gruesome' Laden death photo

The White House will not release the photos of Osama bin Laden taken after he was killed, President Obama said Wednesday. The administration had earlier said that the photograph of a dead bin Laden — who officials say was shot in the face — was “gruesome” and that “it could be inflammatory” if released. (with videos)... Read more»

Is the U.S. now ready to pursue peace in Afghanistan?

Mired in many internal problems, Afghanistan sees few changes in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death.... Read more»

British police arrest five terror suspects near nuclear site

Men of Bangladeshi origin were thought to have been filming a nuclear site in northwest England, according to the BBC.... Read more»

Opinion

As security costs soar, it's time to share the load

Recent events bring to light the ability, and need, for countries to work together for a stable global atmosphere.... Read more»

White House: Bin Laden unarmed when SEALs stormed compound

Others armed in luxury hideout provided resistance during 40-minute raid, according to U.S. spokesman.... Read more»

Video: Abbottabad residents on bin Laden's death

Residents of the Pakistan city where Osama bin Laden hid react to the news of his death. Some eyewitnesses heard a series of blasts. Others say it’s nothing but U.S. propaganda.... Read more»

Opinion

Japan could have avoided this nuclear horror

Why did the only country to endure the mass death and radiation of atomic bombs have to experience the worst peacetime nuclear horror? The evidence against nuclear plants in quake country was there, but it was ignored when constructing the Fukushima Daiichi plant.... Read more»

Canadian Conservatives win major election victory

Canada’s ruling Conservatives won a major victory in Monday’s elections based on preliminary results, enabling them to move forward with their pro-business agenda that includes plans to balance budget and introduce tax cuts.... Read more»

Raw video: Bin Laden compound

Raw video footage reportedly taken of the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where Osama bin Laden was killed by a team of U.S. Navy SEALs on Sunday.... Read more»

Osama bin Laden: World's most wanted man no more

The death of al-Qaeda’s mastermind will lead to a shifting approach in confronting Islamic militancy around the world. It marks the beginning of the post-9/11 world.... Read more»

Bin Laden raid yields 'mother lode' of intelligence

The U.S. Navy SEAL team that took down Osama bin Laden also secured a “mother lode of intelligence” contained in computer drives at his Pakistani compound, according to U.S. officials.... Read more»

For New Yorkers, bin Laden death brings bittersweet celebration

Perhaps, as Michael Corleone said, “revenge is a dish best served cold.” But the emotions Osama bin Laden’s death evoked in the city most scarred by his life on Monday seemed white hot. The city exhibits joy in retribution where such an emotion is rarely felt with a killing.... Read more»

Latin America's subdued reaction to bin Laden news

In Brazil, a soccer match was bigger news than Osama bin Laden’s death. Reaction across Latin America was generally subdued and congratulatory — except in Venezuela.... Read more»

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