The latest news on Somalia
Men were much more likely to approve of overseas attacks.
A State Department official says achievements in the former terrorist haven should be a model for future action in Africa.
The number of African Union troops killed while battling Somali militants has always been a tightly held secret, but a top Kenyan official says more than 2,700 troops have died there.
Commandos faced a fierce firefight during mission on Somali shores.
Despite "hostile environment," U.S. commandos rescue hostages in Somalia.
The Supreme Court refused to block a lawsuit against a former prime minister of Somalia.
The Pentagon will defend Americans against pirates, but it's reluctant to get too deeply involved.
The pirates are young, untrained, and armed to the teeth. Now they are also angry.
Obama can't take a bow for the pirate rescue and blame the economy on Bush.
Some question Obama's decision to use force in the rescue of the American captain held hostage.