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The United States has no "definitive evidence" that Pakistan knew Osama bin Laden had been living in the compound where Navy SEALs killed him, but the Pakistanis must now show convincingly their commitment to defeating the al Qaeda terrorist network, a senior Pentagon official said Thursday.
Intelligence analysts are sifting through phone numbers and email addresses found at Osama bin Laden's compound to determine potential links to Pakistani government and military officials while U.S. officials and analysts raise concerns about the safety of Pakistan's nuclear materials.
I, in my innocence, was, in the aftermath of SEAL Team 6's disruption of Osama bin Laden's bucolic life in posh Abbottabad, reading editorial comment by the great newspapers of this republic. As always, the Wall Street Journal was superb, pausing to congratulate President Obama for "ordering a special forces mission rather than settling for another attack with drones or standoff weapons from afar." The Washington Post was, likewise, informative and appreciative of the president's prudent decision to let SEAL Team 6 do its thing, skirting the laws of a sovereign nation and acting unilaterally to put a bullet hole in bin Laden's head.
Momentous events that have changed American history have had at their core leadership that transcended party, administration and even time. President Kennedy's vision for the moon landing, like President Bush's vision for the hunt for Osama bin Laden, set in motion events that changed the world.
The late multimillionaire owner of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus, Irvin Feld, left a renowned business stunningly at odds with a bitter family legacy. He built an empire of wholesome entertainment meant to bring families together, yet his own two children are so estranged they couldn't even mourn with one another in peace.
Another expert on Osama bin Laden has a book deal.
Osama bin Laden is dead. As the result of a well-choreographed and flawlessly executed mission by U.S. special-operations and intelligence personnel, one of history's great villains has been killed. It has taken a great deal of time and enormous quantities of blood and treasure to get here. We should savor the moment.
Political power watchers in Washington took note of the leading role played by CIA Director Leon E. Panetta in the successful military operation to take down Osama bin Laden.
The late multimillionaire owner of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Irvin Feld, left a renowned business stunningly at odds with a bitter family legacy. He built an empire of wholesome entertainment meant to bring families together, yet his own two children are so estranged that they couldn't even mourn with one another in peace.