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Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: Should teachers be expected to talk about Bin Laden's death in class?

Education Editor Liz Dwyer shares her thoughts in this post.

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Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: Should Obama release Bin Laden's death photo? Why?

Andrew shared his views on why he thinks images from war should be released yesterday. Read on to see what our community thinks and, if you feel inspired, share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Video: An Animated Timeline of America's Hunt for Osama Bin Laden

A journey through the highs, lows, and cultural milestones on America's hunt for the CIA's Most Wanted Terrorist.

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Osama Bin Laden was named the CIA's Most Wanted Terrorist in 2001. It took 10 years, but last month America finally caught up with him. What happened in between?

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Watch: Obama's 60 Minutes Interview on Osama bin Laden Raid

Watch an excerpt of the best part, where the President describes the nerve-wracking raid.

President Barack Obama gave his first interview after the killing of Osama bin Laden. We learned the risks were even bigger than we thought, and got a better picture of what it was like for the president in the situation room as the raid in Abbottobad unfolded.

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The Death of Bin Laden: A GOOD Recap

Still playing catch-up on this major news from last week? We've got you covered in just 900 words.

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Osama's Daughter Says He Was Arrested Then Executed in Front of Her

As the White House clams up, Osama's family is telling their side of the story.

The White House said Wednesday that it will go into no further detail about the covert operation that killed Osama bin Laden, an operation whose narrative has been changed several times in various important ways (all of which you can read about here). But that doesn't mean other people are going to stop talking about it, and Bin Laden's 12-year-old daughter, Safia, reportedly has a lot to say.

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