Osama Bin Laden killed

The interview will cover the SEAL's training, as well as the details surrounding Operation Neptune Spear -- the now famous
When a Navy SEAL killed the man responsible for the murder of my brother, I was satisfied. But I would have been equally content had he been taken out of that compound in Pakistan in handcuffs and spent the rest of his life sitting in a cell.
Abbottabad Commission report reveals details on Osama Bin Laden's death.
On the night of May 1, 2011, US special forces launched a raid deep into Pakistani territory to capture or kill al-Qaeda
A third member of SEAL Team 6 has come forward with new details of Osama bin Laden's death, calling into question previous, highly-publicized accounts of the raid on the al Qaeda leader's compound in Pakistan.
Piecing together what actually happened on May 1, 2011 has understandably proven difficult, as Bergen notes that the highly
Responding to a Freedom of Information Act request by Judicial Watch's Michael Bekesha, Justice Department attorney Marcia
"Why aren't those specific?" asked Garland, an appointee of Democratic President Bill Clinton. "The court declines plaintiff's
Full Segment: A federal appeals court may release images picturing Osama Bin Laden's dead body however the U.S. government believes it would present national security issues.
Judge Merrick Garland, one of three judges on the appeals court panel, said in court on Thursday that Judicial Watch was
Tonight's third Presidential debate featured a battle between Obama the Professor-in-Chief vs. Romney the student-who-didn't-do-the-reading. As someone who has ADD, even I had trouble keeping up with many of Governor Romney's non-linear arguments.
The public deserves to hear Mark Owen's account of the Bin Laden raid for many reasons. Chief among them is that though Bin Laden is dead, others will plot to attack the United States. We will need more men like the SEALs who answered the call in Abbottabad last May.
If Mark Owen's account -- to be released on Sept. 4 -- is true, it really doesn't change anything. All it does is show that the administration doesn't trust its own public to digest the truth, even with something as easy to swallow as the death of its greatest enemy.
Is it a good or bad sign when a political ad "provokes cries of outrage from the opposition"?
In addition to describing Fox News as lacking objectivity, he wrote that he "used to think that MSNBC channel may be good
I felt sadness a year ago at the sight of Americans celebrating the death of anyone -- even the man largely responsible for the murder of my husband. Now, I feel sadness witnessing President Obama resort to the same campaign tactics of George W. Bush.
Osama bin Laden's death meant that Americans had one less evil to fear in the world. Most of the youth at the White House were not celebrating the death of a human being, but rather a long-awaited return of their belief in American exceptionalism.
The Obama administration has every reason to celebrate the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's killing, as does the country. Less laudable is Obama's attack ad questioning whether Mitt Romney would have made the same call to go after the man behind the 9/11 attacks.
Materials taken from Osama bin Laden's compound following his death in May 2011 reveal that Al Qaeda has major issues with
There was only one right pick for 2011's Person of the Year, one centered on the singularly most significant event of the year.