Al-Qaida's New Terrorism Directive: 'Do it Yourself'

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A Pakistani soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide and bomb attack outside the Frontier Constabulary main training center in Shabqadar town on May 13, 2011
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80 killed in suicide bombing in Pakistan; a new story in The New York Times details what we've learned about al-Qaida leadership since bin Laden's death, and the organization's changing directives; a story of Taliban recruitment from rural Afghanistan; how the movie "Bridesmaids" might be a step forward for female comedy; Robert Mueller and 10 years of the F.B.I.; the NYPD nabs two terror suspects; the dramatic increase of Alabama's homeless population; and asking the question: should a 91-year-old accused Nazi guard be allowed to appeal for a reprieve?