Also in Slate, William Saletan wants to know more about what happened in Abbottabad, Daniel Byman analyzes the future of Al-Qaida, Anne Applebaum applauds America's use of human intelligence over expensive technologies, and John Dickerson notes the silence from those who criticized Obama's military tactics. And don't miss Christopher Hitchens' article on Bin Laden's legacy, or Dave Weigel's coverage on the scene outside the White House. For the most up-to-date-coverage, visit the Slatest. Slate's complete coverage on the Osama Bin Laden assassination is rounded up here.
At approximately 11:30 p.m. Sunday, President Obama announced to the nation that on his orders U.S forces had killed Osama Bin Laden.
Though it was late on a Sunday night, people poured into the streets to celebrate.
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