While the CIA took to Twitter to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden, a man who reportedly played a key role in helping the agency find the al-Qaeda leader was still sitting in a Pakistani prison cell.
It's been five years since the Arab Spring started, with hopes for tremendous change for residents of dictatorships throughout the region. Most of those protests failed, though two authors say it's too soon to judge.
Failing to understand the interests of 55 million Latinos has been one of the greatest political failures of our time, writes Roberto Lovato. Latinos, he says, want to be heard on more than just immigration issues.
Reporter Indira Lakshmanan watched the Sanders-Clinton debate Thursday night. And she has an interesting perspective on the campaign — having covered both Clinton's 2008 run for the presidency and her time as Secretary of State.
Back in 2004 a suicide attack in Iraqi Kurdistan took away Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman's father and older brother. It was a painful and grim reminder of the challenges the region faced. But it was also a moment that pushed her to become a voice for her homeland.