Navy SEALs Killed Osama Bin Laden On This Day Seven Years Ago

World | David Hookstead
Saudi-born terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden is seen aiming a weapon in this undated photo from Al-Jazeera TV. (Photo by Al-Jazeera/Getty Images)

It was a long time coming

Osama Bin Laden's Alleged Ex-Body Guard Becomes A Welfare Queen In Germany

Defense | Chris White
The German government has been giving a man once believed to be Osama bin Laden's body guard a $1,400 monthly welfare payments, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. (Photo: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh )

‘An acute and considerable danger’

Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Endorses Michigan GOP Senate Candidate

Politics | Jack Crowe

‘The epitome of what we should all strive to be’

A Hitchhiker's Guide To The Saudi Purge

World | Saagar Enjeti
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia October 24, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

Latest in a series of power plays

Jake Tapper And CNN Ruthlessly Mocked Over NYC Terror Attack Response [VIDEO]

Satire | Dave Brooks

‘The very first victim was Sayfullo Saipov’

Keith Olbermann: Bin Laden Did Less To Hurt America Than Trump

Media | Amber Athey

Like… actually… WTF???

CIA Releases List Of Osama Bin Laden's Movie Choices. They Are Ridiculous

Editorial | David Hookstead
Saudi-born terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden is seen aiming a weapon in this undated photo from Al-Jazeera TV. (Photo by Al-Jazeera/Getty Images)

Who would have guessed?

TAKEAWAYS: Thousands Of Bin Laden Docs Released By CIA

World | Saagar Enjeti
Osama bin-Laden Press Conference (Photo: Getty Images)

A video of Bin Laden’s son Hamza…

Killer Omar Khadr's Sister Said 'They Deserve It' After 9/11 Terrorist Attack

Defense | David Krayden
FILE PHOTO: Omar Khadr smiles as he answers questions during a news conference after being released on bail in Edmonton, Alberta, May 7, 2015. Khadr, a Canadian, was once the youngest prisoner held on terror charges at Guantanamo Bay. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber/File Photo

‘I mean, sometimes innocent people pay the price…’

Six Years Since Bin Laden's Death, And His Group Is More Powerful Than Ever

National Security | Russ Read
AFGHANISTAN - MAY 26: (VIDEO CAPTURE) This image taken from a collection of videotapes obtained by CNN shows Saudi terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden at a press conference May 26, 1998 in Afghanistan. The tape showing this image was included in a large collection of videotapes obtained by CNN from a secret location in Afghanistan. Although it can not be positively verified that the tapes were created by the al Qaeda terrorist network the tapes do show dramatic and sometimes repulsive images of poison gas experiments on dogs, instructions on making TNT and weapons training by men speaking Arabic. (Photo by CNN via Getty Images)

Bin Laden may be dead, but his terrorist legacy continues to live on

Bin-Laden's Old Pal Wiped Out By US Airstrike In Syria

World | Saagar Enjeti
Lt. Col. Brian Burger fires off a flare while banking into a high-angle firing position during a training exercise over Razorback Range at Fort Chaffee Maneuver Training Center, Ark., June 4, 2012. The 188th Fighter Wing, nearing its second deployment to Afghanistan with the A-10 Thunderbolt II, regularly conducts training with joint terminal attack controllers from different branches of service to sharpen its close air support skills and to conduct efficient training with JTACs. Burger is an A-10 pilot and the 188th Operations Group commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ben Bloker)

He recruited, indoctrinated, trained and equipped thousands of terrorists