President Barack Obama has made a rare admission about U.S. unmanned "drone" aircraft attacks in Pakistani territory -- confirming such attacks take place and suggesting reports of civilian casualties from the strikes are overstated.
A suicide bomber has reportedly killed an Islamist militant commander and at least two other people in northwest Pakistan.
Pakistan's Supreme Court has lifted restrictions barring the country’s former envoy to the United States from leaving Pakistan, Husain Haqqani.
An aide to former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says he has called off his planned return to his homeland.
Iranian border guards have reportedly shot dead six Pakistanis and wounded two others after they strayed across Iran’s border.
Rocket-propelled grenades have struck Pakistan’s top military academy in the northern town of Abbottabad.
Pakistani officials say faulty heart drugs are thought to have killed around 100 people over the past three weeks.
Pakistani officials say gunmen have attacked a military checkpoint in southwestern Baluchistan Province, killing six soldiers.
Pakistan's prime minister has distanced himself from earlier remarks that the military had acted unconstitutionally.
A probe into a scandal threatening Pakistan's president appears at risk of collapsing after a panel of judges ruled out traveling abroad to hear testimony from the key witness.
When one of the world's most beloved Pashtun singers announced that she was giving up music to follow her faith, it came as more than a shock to fans and supporters -- some took it as a national tragedy.
A key witness who has been asked to appear before Pakistani judges investigating the so-called memogate scandal implicating the president is refusing to travel to Pakistan to testify.