A deadly attack strikes a mosque in Pakistan during morning prayers.
In its long lovers’ quarrel with Pakistan, the U.S. has again suspended aid. Joshua Foust asks: Is this just another example of “too little, too late” policy making?
The growing instability along the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan is a critical issue for the United States, writes Joshua Foust.
Osama bin Laden is dead, but during the 10 years since he masterminded the Sept. 11 attacks, he has cost the United States billions. Need to Know looks at the economic toll bin Laden exacted on the U.S.