Articles by Latif, Aamir
U.S. officials worry the embattled Pakistani government is being diverted from going after terrorists.
In Pakistan's tribal areas, many don't like the Taliban, but U.S. airstrikes are creating enemies too.
The camps are filled with tribal families fleeing Pakistani military operations and U.S. airstrikes.
Secretary of State Rice attempts to mediate between nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan.
Militants seek to control the Swat Valley and impose a harsh version of Islamic law.
The government is under pressure to fight extremists—and the impression it's fighting America's war.
With a history of coups, Pakistanis are keeping a close eye on the generals.
Pressure builds for Pervez Musharraf to resign and leave the country.
First reported killed in 2006, Midhat Mursi was the apparent target of an airstrike on Monday.
The shift brings new perils to the volatile border region.