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Latest Bin Laden Items
NATO's top official plans to meet with Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin to discuss ties that have deteriorated over the alliance's plan to deploy a missile shield.
U.S. military and intelligence agencies can legally kill American citizens overseas if they are al Qaeda leaders who pose an imminent threat to the United States and cannot be captured, U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Monday.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday defended the U.S. mission in Afghanistan as a week of deadly anti-American protests and the killing of two U.S. service members pushed Democrats to challenge President Barack Obama's policy.
A gunman walked into the Su Jung Health Sauna on Tuesday evening, argued with someone and then opened fire, killing two of his sisters and their husbands, then himself, authorities said Wednesday.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is acknowledging publicly for the first time that a Pakistani doctor provided key information to the U.S. in advance of the successful Navy SEAL assault on Osama bin Laden's compound last May.
In his State of the Union speech, President Obama tried to make the case that he has been one of the most successful chief executives in American history when it comes to foreign affairs. It takes more than being briefed on the Osama bin Laden takedown to make a great leader. The vast gulf between his promises and results argues against him.
Investigators are probing whether the Obama administration divulged too many details of the secret raid on Osama bin Laden to Hollywood filmmakers.
Sen. John McCain says the world is better off now that North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has died, and predicted the dictator would join the likes of Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin "in a warm corner in hell."
An American who translated a banned biography of Thailand's king and posted the content online while living in Colorado was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in a Thai prison Thursday for defaming the country's royal family.