On the Radar: May 9, 2011

U.S. Raises Pressure on Pakistan in Raid’s Wake
By David E. Sanger, New York Times
President Obama’s national security adviser demanded Sunday that Pakistan let American investigators interview Osama bin Laden’s three widows, adding new pressure in a relationship now fraught over how Bin Laden could have been hiding near Islamabad for years before he was killed by commandos last week. Read more
 

Target: Bin Laden
By Martha Raddatz, ABC News
Part 1: The mission to Osama bin Laden's compound was months in the making. View more
 

Osama Bin Laden's Files
By Pierre Thomas, ABC News
Pierre Thomas examines Al Qaeda's motives, tactics and doctrine. View more

Fear That U.S. Can Grab Nuclear Arsenal Heightens Pakistani Anger
By Yochi Dreazen, National Journal
Last week’s U.S. raid into Pakistan is fueling one of the country’s most enduring—and potentially dangerous—conspiracy theories: that the U.S. has designs on Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal and is prepared to send highly trained commandos into the country to seize control of the weapons. Read more

Pentagon releases videos of bin Laden found at Pakistan home
By Nancy Youssef, McClatchy Newspapers
Osama bin Laden's Pakistan home was al Qaida's command and control center where he directed subordinates and proposed attacks against the United States, a senior intelligence official told reporters Saturday. Read more

John Dickerson's reporters roundtable: Is this the biggest week of Obama's presidency?
By John Dickerson, CBS News
CBS News political analyst John Dickerson was joined Friday by New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker, Time senior correspondent Michael Crowley and National Journal Group editorial director Ron Brownstein for a politics week in review. The reporters roundtable discussed President Obama and the killing of Osama bin Laden, plus the first Republican presidential debate. View more

Obama Can’t Depend On New Poll Numbers
By John Harwood, The New York Times
Politically speaking, President Obama walks taller now that American commandos, on his order, found and killed Osama bin Laden. Read more