Scrapping the province's autonomy is a ploy to distract from India's cratering economy.
But courting war might be India's worst option in dealing with Pakistani-sponsored terrorism
The U.S.'s raid against Osama bin Laden set an example.
Anti-hate speech laws have gone too far.
On Meet the Press, CIA Director John Brennan disputes the alleged Saudi-9/11 connection in the "28 pages" of congressional inquiry.
Government ramps up counter-terrorism efforts.
From the Third World to the First World, officials can't exempt medicine from the laws of economics.
How else could the two hostages have accidentally gotten killed?
Obama Takes 'Full Responsibility' for Killing Innocent Hostages with Drones, Which Doesn't Mean It Will Stop
America has killed hundreds of civilians with drones in Pakistan.
At least 15 people were killed in the suicide bombings, leading to Christian protests around Pakistan.
U.S., Taliban Deny Peace Talks in Doha; Afghanistan, Pakistan Look to Increase Cooperation in Counterterrorism
The U.S. involvement, and war, in Afghanistan continues.
Some blame the agency for contributing to the resurgence of polio.
Apparently, the government isn't good at designing sustainable social networks.
Pakistan Court Orders Government to Produce Anti-Drone Activist Who Was Abducted Ahead of a Trip to Europe
Judge ordered Interior Ministry to prove the activist is safe
Pakistani officials asked for drone strikes to be curtailed as they work towards peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban
Has a history of mental illness
Health seems to be deteriorating
Was taken more than two years ago, video recently released