Pakistani PM Yousuf Raza Gilani tells CNN's Becky Anderson there's a "trust deficit" between Pakistan and the U.S.
A Pakistani-American man was sentenced Friday to two years in jail for conspiracy and tax violations while acting as an unregistered lobbyist for Pakistan.
Pakistan's prime minister named a new head of Inter-Services Intelligence, the country's powerful spy agency and a critical element in the U.S. fight against insurgents in both Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan.
A Pakistani woman says her son was tortured and murdered by the ISI and she's demanding justice. Reza Sayah reports.
A 16-year-old petition alleging that Pakistan's intelligence agency bribed senior politicians in the 1990 general elections resurfaced in the country's highest court Wednesday, the attorney for the petitioner told CNN.
Seven men detained by Pakistan's spy agency, the ISI, appeared in court Monday in a landmark case that places one of the nation's most powerful institutions under the scrutiny of its highest court.
Pakistan's all-powerful spy agency could face an unprecedented challenge from the nation's high court after a lawyer representing seven victims urged contempt of court charges Friday.
Pakistan's Supreme Court postponed a rare public hearing for the country's secretive and powerful spy agency Thursday, a lawyer for one of the alleged victims of the agency said.
The United States and NATO want to end their combat mission in Afghanistan next year, transitioning primarily to a training role in which Afghan security forces will take the lead, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday.
The man at the center of a dispute over whether Pakistan's civilian government last year sought U.S. help to sideline the military leadership has decided against going to Islamabad to testify to a commission set up by the Supreme Court.
The Pakistani actress featured in a racy cover shot in the December edition of a men's magazine in India told CNN she posed topless but not completely naked.
Sara Sidner reports on a magazine cover with racy photos of a Pakistani actress that has sparked controversy.
A Virginia man pleaded guilty Wednesday in a scheme to conceal Pakistani government funding for his lobbying efforts in the United States, the Department of Justice announced.
Some are outraged over a magazine cover that shows a nude photo of Pakistani actress Veena Malik she says was doctored.
The story has all the stuff that sells: a sexy starlet, a powerful enemy spy agency and lots of bare flesh.
The United States met this summer with the Haqqani terrorist network at the request of Pakistan's intelligence service, a senior U.S. State Department official said Friday.
The United States needs to reconsider its approach to Pakistan, that nation's army chief said as he addressed members of the Pakistani parliament, according to a lawmaker who attended the briefing.
The senior Haqqani network leader in Afghanistan, Haji Mali Khan, was captured during a joint NATO-Afghan forces operation, the International Security Assistance Force said Saturday.
A Senior Haqqani network leader in Afghanistan was captured in a joint NATO-Afghan forces operation.
A head-bopping, hip-shaking flurry of drum beats.
With U.S.-Pakistani relations at a new low, American jazz comes to Pakistan. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Pakistan's prime minister Thursday rejected accusations made by a top U.S. military official last week that the Haqqani terrorist network is a "veritable arm" of Pakistan's intelligence services.
As the U.S. troop drawdown begins in Afghanistan, the Haqqani Network may be toughest of all insurgent groups to subdue.
The U.S. ambassador to Pakistan accused the government there of having links to the Haqqani network, a pro-Taliban militant group that U.S. officials blame for this week's attack on the U.S. Embassy and NATO command center in Kabul, Afghanistan.
A senior U.S. official is blaming the Haqqani Network for this week's attack on the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. If the group claims credit, it will be only the latest attack on its resume of terror.
A suspected U.S. drone strike killed seven suspected pro-Taliban militants in Pakistan's tribal region bordering Afghanistan early Wednesday, Pakistani intelligence officials told CNN.
Lt. Gen. Ahmad Shuja Pasha, the head of Pakistan's intelligence agency, left for Washington on Wednesday for a day of talks, two senior Pakistani security officials said.
Pakistan's ambassador to the United States said Monday officials "are working things out," one day after the United States said it was withholding $800 million in aid to Islamabad.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Pakistan's U.S. ambassador discuss the latest rift in U.S.-Pakistani relations.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm.Mike Mullen said Thursday he believes the Pakistani government "sanctioned" the killing of a prominent Islamabad reporter, Syed Saleem Shahzad, who was murdered in May.
Brigadier General Ali Khan was close to retiring at the end of a distinguished career in the Pakistani Army when he was detained early in May -- and accused of links with an outlawed Islamist group.
Pakistan's security forces are not tipping off militants about upcoming raids, the country's top military spokesman said Monday, adding that tribal elders are sometimes notified before the military moves into their regions.
I never met Pakistani journalist Sayed Saleem Shahzad, but we exchanged e-mails about his work for Asia Times Online, and his remarkable scoops in interviewing some of the world's most wanted terrorists.
CNN's Reza Sayah talks with Pakistan's Interior Minister about U.S. access to bin Laden's wives.
Osama bin Laden's wife has told interrogators she didn't venture outside the walled compound where the al Qaeda leader was killed for five years, a Pakistani military spokesman said Thursday.
Osama bin Laden's wife claims she didn't leave her husband's walled compound for 5 years, the Pakistani military says.
What role did Pakistan play in the operation against Osama bin Laden?
Nick Paton Walsh reports on Pakistan's part in the assualt that killed Osama bin Laden.
The death of Osama bin Laden could prove to be a turning point in United States-Pakistani counterterrorism cooperation. But whether it is for better or for worse remains to be seen.
A Pakistani official says any U.S. mission that happened in the country occurred with its consent.
A senior Pakistani intelligence official told CNN Friday that U.S. military personnel have left a southern base said to be a key hub for American drone operations in the country's northwestern tribal areas.
Responding to an allegation by the U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff that Pakistan's main intelligence agency has a "longstanding relationship" with a Taliban-allied insurgent group that targets U.S. troops in Afghanistan, a senior Pakistani intelligence official said: "We do have a relationship: that of an adversary."
CNN's Barbara Starr explains why the Haqqani network along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border is a threat to U.S. forces.
Pakistan has temporarily stopped cooperating with American intelligence officials after the furor caused by the arrest and release of CIA contractor Raymond Davis, who fatally shot two Pakistanis earlier this year, a senior Pakistani security source told CNN.
The U.S. suffers strained relations with Pakistan, over CIA operatives thought to be working in the nation covertly.
The Pakistani government would like the CIA's aggressive drone campaign "suspended" and only resumed under "new rules" and "formalized terms," according to a Pakistani military official familiar with discussions between the two nations.
The strained U.S.-Pakistan relationship dominated what one official called a "frank discussion" Monday between CIA Director Leon Panetta and Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) head Lt. Gen. Ahmad Shuja Pasha in Washington.
The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility Tuesday for a deadly attack in Punjab province.
A kidnapped ex-Pakistani intelligence agent who once worked alongside the CIA and eventually became a staunch Taliban supporter has died, Pakistani officials told CNN.
Pakistan will "strongly contest" a U.S. court's attempt to subpoena the country's top intelligence officials in connection with a lawsuit over U.S. casualties in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, the Pakistani prime minister said Thursday.
U.S. officials concede some members of Pakistan's spy service may be encouraging the Taliban to continue fighting U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan, but insisted there is no suggestion that the agency's leadership is behind the effort.
On a recent visit to India, British Prime Minister David Cameron had this to say about Pakistan, historically a close friend of the West's: "We cannot tolerate in any sense the idea that this country is allowed to look both ways and is able, in any way, to promote the export of terror, whether to India or whether to Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world."
Pakistan's spy chief's planned visit to the United Kingdom has been canceled over tough remarks by the British prime minister about the country, a Pakistani military official confirmed Saturday.
British PM David Cameron questions Pakistan's commitment to fighting terrorism. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
In a 1997 light-hearted comedy, "Excess Baggage," Benicio del Toro (an inadvertent kidnapper) asks Alicia Silverstone (the unintended kidnap victim), "How stupid do you think I am?" Silverstone classically deadpans her response, "How stupid is there?"
The Afghan government said Monday it was "shocked" as it sifted through tens of thousands of leaked U.S. military and diplomatic reports on the war in Afghanistan that a whistleblower website posted a day earlier.
The mother lode of ground-level raw intelligence from the Afghan war disseminated by WikiLeaks may ultimately bring about some good. In the short term, however, it will almost surely further undermine the U.S.-led search for stability.
Here are reactions to the posting on WikiLeaks.org of tens of thousands of leaked U.S. military and diplomatic reports on the war in Afghanistan:
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on Pakistani reaction to allegations that the Pakistani ISI is working with the Afghan Taliban.
Pakistani officials Sunday rejected allegations that their country's powerful intelligence agency still supports the Taliban and other Afghan insurgents after a paper from a Harvard academic accused the agency of continued links to the rebels.
A former Pakistani intelligence official kidnapped by militants on his way to the tribal regions has been killed, sources told CNN Friday.
Militants in Pakistan have kidnapped a Pakistani filmmaker and two former Pakistani intelligence officials and are demanding the release of three Afghan Taliban leaders in return for the release of the three hostages, an Afghan Taliban source said Monday.
The capture of the Afghan Taliban's operational commander, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, in the Pakistani city of Karachi is a signature success for the United States' effort in Afghanistan and Pakistan, but it does not indicate that the insurgent movement will collapse.
The Afghan government is blaming Pakistani intelligence agents and al Qaeda for burned Qurans found in Helmand Province last week, a spokesman for the provincial government said.
Obama's top security advisers admit they had the intelligence on a possible attack but didn't put two and two together.
Former President Reagan used the signature phrase "trust but verify" throughout his presidency.
A blast hit near a building housing Pakistan's intelligence service, ISI, in the eastern city of Multan on Tuesday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 20 others, police said.
A pair of bombings in Pakistan killed at least 17 people, including security officials, and wounded dozens of others Friday, officials said.
The Pakistan military has declared that not only is it in contact with Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar but that it can bring him and other commanders to the negotiating table with the United States.
CNN's Michael Ware reports the Pakistani military has offered to broker U.S., Taliban talks aimed at an Afghan cease-fire.
The office of Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas has a bank of six flat-screen televisions covering most of one wall, showing all the main international English-language news channels, and several local ones besides.
A series of explosions in northwest Pakistan killed eight people Thursday night, and two suspected militants died in a gunbattle with Peshawar police on a rooftop, authorities said.
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf speaks about the state of his country and what its future holds.
A Taliban spokesman issued threats and ultimatums against Pakistani officials this week, as the country's military continued its offensive against the militant group in the Swat Valley.
The founder of the terrorist group India blames for last month's Mumbai attacks has been placed under house arrest, a senior Pakistani government official told CNN.
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on developments in Pakistan and India regarding the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
Pakistan's president Tuesday pointed to a weekend raid in Kashmir as proof of his government's commitment against terrorism, urging India to "pause and take a breath" before blaming Pakistan for the November massacre in Mumbai.
Three days after gangs of gunmen launched a murderous rampage in Mumbai, India, killing at least 183 people, the emphasis in the Indian media has quickly turned from shock to anger and recrimination.
Was it due to U.S prodding or a way for Kayani to prove that his office remains the most powerful in the troubled country?
Pakistan's parliamentary elections have been postponed until Februrary 18 because of the unrest following the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
CNN's Zain Verjee in Pakistan has a report from Benazir Bhutto's party saying Pakistan officials plan to rig elections.
I have long claimed that the rise of extremism and militancy in Pakistan could not happen without support from elements within the current administration. My return to my country poses a threat to the forces of extremism that have thrived under a dictatorship. They want to stop the restoration of democracy at any price. They have exploited a poor, desperate, and powerless people and allowed extremists the right environment in which to flourish.