After the raid, America regains its swagger
With the killing of an old enemy, the USA has shaken off its crisis of confidence and reasserted its unique place in the world. Is this the start of a new American era?
A life in terror: the man behind the monster
He was America's most wanted man, hunted for ten years before Sunday's assassination. How did an awkward teenage recluse become the world's deadliest terrorist?
Americans jubilant as Osama bin Laden killed.
Many warn of likely reprisals against the West while calling for the Muslim world to 'rethink goals'.
Q&A: Why it took 10 years to kill bin Laden
The world’s most wanted man was killed Monday morning in a dramatic strike by US Special Forces. What happened? Why was he there? We have some answers.
Army chief gets the boot, as Afghan war heats up
A change at the top signals a new approach to the war in Afghanistan. But can this battle really be won? And should we be fighting at all?