The killing of Osama bin Laden
Complete coverage of the Navy SEAL raid on the terror mastermind's Pakistani hideaway
Extra: "A gutsy call"
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates tells Katie Couric that the mission was one of the most courageous decisions he's ever seen a president make. He calls it a "gutsy call."
First look at bin Laden film "Zero Dark Thirty"
New trailer released for Kathryn Bigelow-directed drama about Navy SEAL Team 6's hunt for Osama bin Laden
Pakistani militants deny connection to CIA doc
Lashkar-e-Islam says it would kill Dr. Shakil Afridi if it had the chance; new charges against CIA-helping doc make case worse
New word of extra White House help on OBL film
Critics: White House told Hollywood too much about raid that killed bin Laden, and new documents strengthen assertion
Doctor who aided U.S. bin Laden hunt gets 33 yrs
Pakistani doctor who helped Americans track down al Qaeda chief convicted of high treason, sentenced to 33 years
Doctor who helped CIA target OBL jailed in Pakistan
Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi was given a 33-year prison sentence for secretly working for the CIA to target the location of Osama bin Laden before the U.S. raid. Bob Orr reports.
Gates' biggest concern about OBL raid: Was he there?
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his new memoir, the death of Osama bin Laden, and the dangers facing America today.
Bin Laden's frustrated final words go online
In letters from last hideout, bin Laden fretted about terror network bumbling and plots that killed too many innocent Muslims
Pakistanis rally, condemn U.S. bin Laden killing
Pro-Taliban Islamic party have rallied in southwestern Pakistan to condemn the killing of al Qaeda chief by U.S. forces last year
Bin Laden's former No. 2 looking to make his mark
Counterterrorism experts say it would be a mistake to underestimate bin Laden's former No. 2, who's looking to make his mark
Al Qaeda leader al Zawahiri still a constant threat
Dr. Ayman al Zawahiri rose through the ranks of al Qaeda to become Osama bin Laden's right hand man. Now, one year after the death of their leader, al Zawahiri is expected to prove himself by orchestrating an attack. Bob Orr reports on the ongoing hunt for the terrorist mastermind.
A year after bin Laden raid, al Qaeda weakened
A Pakistani who deals with militants often says al Qaeda lost most of its grand world vision after bin Laden's death
Panetta on bin Laden raid: It had all proven right
Defense secretary describes to Scott Pelley the moments leading up to the killing of Osama bin Laden from last year's raid
Obama, Karzai ink partnership deal
President makes surprise trip to Afghanistan; Signs 10-year support deal with Karzai; Will speak around 7:30 p.m. ET
Obama pledges Afghan support through 2024
President Obama made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on the first anniversary of the the killing of Osama bin Laden and signed a security agreement that pledges U.S. support through 2024, reports Norah O'Donnell.
Panetta describes the moment bin Laden was killed
In a past interview for "60 Minutes," Leon Panetta described to Scott Pelley the events that unfolded the night Osama bin Laden was killed.
Experts: Al Qaeda "under pressure, in disarray"
The al Qaeda of 9/11 is "pretty much a thing of the past," counting on Internet propaganda, lone wolves to "come together and do it for them"
Al Qaeda weakened 1 year after bin Laden death
Continued drone strikes and the death of Osama bin Laden has weakened the power and distorted the vision of al Qaeda. Clarissa Ward reports from Pakistan.
U.S. Army to post OBL documents online
West Point will post correspondence, diary and other documents retrieved during raid on al Qaeda leader's Abbottabad compound
Romney: "Of course" I would have attacked bin Laden
When asked whether he would have given specific order to kill bin Laden, Romney said "of course" he would have
GOP: Obama exploiting killing of bin Laden
Year later, Obama campaign touts courage it took to order raid, questions whether Romney would have done so - and GOP cries foul
Experts: U.S. safer with OBL dead, but not safe
Experts say while al Qaeda is "near strategic defeat," the nature of terrorism has changed since Osama bin Laden was killed
After bin Laden, U.S.-Pakistan relations strained
High-level talks to repair the relationship between U.S. and Pakistan came up short, putting more strain on Afghan war effort
Guard up as Bin Laden death anniversary nears
Al Qaeda was already weakening when the U.S. killed Osama bin Laden almost a year ago, and it's gotten even weaker since, though it's still a threat, says CBS News' Juan Zarate. He adds an attack by an al Qaeda-inspired "lone wolf" is what now "scares authorities most." Jeff Glor spoke with Zarate.
US officials: Core al Qaeda 'essentially gone'
However, the affiliates of the al Qaeda that carried out the Sept. 11 attacks remain a threat to America, say intel officials
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