Imran Khan's populist protest movement is on the verge of taking down Pakistan's dull, dysfunctional government. How did such a lightweight get so far?
The Taliban wanted to trade Bergdahl for her. The Islamic State offered to swap Foley. Why does every jihadi group want the U.S. to free Aafia Siddiqui?
With terror attacks on the rise, officials in Beijing are increasingly worried that Pakistan is an incubator of Islamic radicalism across China.
After a six-month lull, the CIA's drones are dropping bombs on Pakistan again. But the policy is as misguided as ever.
A Pakistani woman brutally murdered by her own family is just one of countless women around the world abused -- or worse -- by so-called “loved ones.”
The state isn't trying to use Boko Haram as a political tool -- it's just been totally useless in doing anything to defeat it.
China's plan to build a new trade route with Pakistan is threatened at both ends by terrorism.
Ever since the CIA used a vaccination ruse in its hunt for OBL, health workers have been combatants in Pakistan's war with the Taliban.
Could the new Pakistani government’s pursuit of the country’s former dictator be its own undoing?
A shooting in Norfolk; Why the malware market is thriving; The challenge of finding the black box; Will Sinclair retire as a one-star?; and a bit more.
Pakistan's efforts to talk with the Taliban are threatening to undermine the country's recent democratic gains.
The U.S. won't scuttle Pakistan's peace talks with the Taliban -- so long as no one tries to make peace.
A nearly eradicated disease has cropped up everywhere from Jerusalem to Kabul. You can thank Pakistani terrorists for that.
How a triple murder in Karachi left the Taliban not just making headlines, but writing them, too.
The Haqqani network comprises some of Afghanistan's most lethal insurgents. Why isn't the White House doing more to stop them?
Live sex, human Tetris, baby giveaways, and more.
Why the killing of the Pakistani Taliban's No. 1 might cause a lot more pain for Pakistan than the CIA counted on.
Yes, terrorism is a problem. But Pakistan is making remarkable headway in its transition to democracy.
The world's most dangerous megacity is the next frontier in the global meth trade.
In the 70-plus days since Pakistan's new prime minister took office, the country has suffered roughly 70 terrorist attacks. So why doesn't Nawaz Sharif have a counterterrorism policy?
John Kerry’s Pakistan trip might be all smiles and handshakes, but there’s a crisis brewing beneath the surface.
The Pakistani Taliban aren't headed off to fight in Syria. They're gearing up for an epic war at home.