Last year's killing of Osama bin Laden has become a distant campaign talking point here in the U.S. But in Pakistan, the issue is still burning. And Defense Secretary Leon Panetta stoked the fire recently by confirming that a local Pakistani doctor, Shakil Afridi, had helped the CIA find bin Laden.
Panetta told the CBS program "60 Minutes" that he is very concerned about Afridi's well-being because the doctor was detained by Pakistan after the bin Laden raid, and may well be tried for treason.
When her first child was born, Pamela Druckerman expected to spend the next several years frantically meeting her daughter's demands. In the U.S., after all, mealtimes, living rooms and sleep schedules typically turn to chaos as soon as a baby arrives. That's the reason one friend of mine used to refer to his child as a "destroying angel."
Rick Santorum planned four public events in Colorado Wednesday.
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Rick Santorum is in Colorado for the second straight day ahead of the Tuesday caucus. Speaking at a breakfast event sponsored by the Arapahoe County Republican party, the former Pennsylvania Senator said he hasn’t written off Colorado, even as the pundits and some candidates are focused on Super Tuesday.