The latest news on Bhutto, Benazir
With a history of coups, Pakistanis are keeping a close eye on the generals.
Scotland Yard has now weighed in on the death of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. In a report released today, the British investigators conclude that Bhutto died from the blast of a suicide bomb detonated at the site of her death and not from a gunshot wound, as members of her political party have frequently charged.
In her upcoming posthumous autobiography, former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has fingered Hamza bin Laden, a 16-year-old son of the al Qaeda mastermind, as one of the "designated assassins" who was trying to kill her.
Polls opened this morning at 6 o'clock in New Hampshire for the state's first-in-the-nation primaries. Reports from around the state indicate that voter turnout is already high; at one precinct, nearly 50 voters stood outside in the predawn hours before voting officially began. Yesterday, candidates spent much of their remaining time in a final push to lure independent and undecided voters.
Calling in Scotland Yard won't stop the conspiracy theories over her death.
An election postponement adds to the pressures in the aftermath of Bhutto's assassination.
Benazir Bhutto speaks from the grave about her successor.
Joe Pascal, a close friend of Benazir Bhutto, relects on her character and contributions.
A hoped-for democratic transition now is in jeopardy