Who Will Lead?
Explosion at Mosque in Quetta
British P.M. May Announces Resignation
Pakistani Who Taught ‘American Taliban’ Hails His Release
Terror Accused Wins Indian Parliament Seat
Militant Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in India-Occupied Kashmir
Washington Mulls Duties on Nations With Undervalued Currency
For peaceful polls, Pakistan cracks down on terrorists.
Around the world in six ideas.
Did Morsi’s government cover up a political murder?
A writer revisits the complex land that gave the world Hugo Chávez.
A proposed rule sparks revolt in the golfing world.
Mites are regressing. Could humans do so, too?
Bashir Ahmed Bilour’s is the first political assassination since Shahbaz Bhatti’s.
Fauzia Wahab’s untimely death is a loss for Pakistan.
With Osama bin Laden’s widows, children, and grandchildren expected to be flown to Saudi Arabia on April 18, Islamabad hopes an embarrassing chapter comes to a close.
Fauzia Wahab on the role that taught her a lesson of the heart.
Conventional Wisdom, By the Numbers, and The Digit.
Newsweek’s Pakistan covers over the decades.
Murders that will haunt Pakistan.
Flood-relief donors appear unaffected by allegations of PPP’s corruption.
Welcome to our first ever issue.
Divided they fall.
After Pakistan’s worst ever floods, are new dams nigh?
President Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s Nov. 3, 2007, announcement.