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Osama bin Laden
We hear that Osama bin Laden loves “Party in the USA” — or at least the Internet thinks he does.
“It was the longest 40 minutes of my life.”
— PRESIDENT OBAMA, describing what it was like to watch the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound, in a 60 Minutes interview aired Sunday night on CBS (via Yahoo News)
The original architectural plans for bin Laden’s compound have been made public. (via The Independent)
A business student at New York University made a fortune by selling t-shirts with proclamations of Osama bin Laden’s death. But he’s now had a change of heart and is giving all his customers a refund.
The world was offered a sneak peek Saturday of Osama bin Laden’s “home movies” — videos from inside his Pakistani compound that reveal a frail and weary depiction of the world’s most wanted terrorist. (via ABC News)
Four days after he told the nation that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. operatives, Barack Obama made his first trip to Ground Zero as president to participate in a a short, and mostly silent, wreath laying ceremony at …
Was bin Laden’s burial religiously appropriate? And what’s in store for bin Laden’s afterlife? An expert weighs in.
Oh, Internet. You’re so predictable.
A picture of the tail rotor of the chopper that the Navy SEALs’ Team Six detonated revealed unfamiliar features. Reports say it could be a new, secret helicopter.
In London, they have an expression that describes how you wait ages for a bus and then two come along at once. A similar scenario has just played out on American television.
Journalists and government officials aren’t the only ones keeping busy after Osama bin Laden’s death. Late-night hosts (and their writing staffs) are having a bin Laden field day, as evidenced by Tuesday night’s clips.