Pakistan bombings target mosques during Friday prayers, killing at least 13
Pakistan's new government faces the challenge of reigning in militant violence.
Law and order, Karachi edition: How colonial rule lurks in democratic Pakistan
Analysis: A section of Pakistan's penal code left over from the days of British rule is still an all-purpose tool for government repression.
India: Watershed unlikely from Pakistan election
Analysis: Pakistan's democratic transition may not be so historic for India-Pakistan relations.
Sharif’s election gives US an opening to help stabilize Pakistan
Commentary: Partisan US politics may undercut chances for a renewed US-Pak alliance.
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif, the Lion of Punjab, looks set to form government
Nawaz Sharif, who has served as Pakistan's prime minister twice before, could hold the job once again.
Chatter: Pakistan ex-premier claims victory in elections
Nawaz Sharif edges toward a majority in Pakistan's parliament, Hong Kong's top court grants a transsexual woman the right to marry her boyfriend, and Ground Control to Commander Hadfield.
PLANET PIC: Pakistan votes in its first democratic transition in 66 years
Pakistanis headed to the polls Saturday to cast their ballots in spite of violence and allegations of electoral fraud.
How not to hold a free and fair election
Pakistan's historic elections were tarnished by long waits, allegations of vote rigging, intimidation, deadly bombings and other electoral setbacks.
Nawaz Sharif's party wins majority of seats in Pakistan elections
Early poll results indicate frontrunner ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif has won Pakistan's landmark elections.
High turnout in Pakistan's landmark elections despite violence
However, claims of voting irregularities in Karachi may affect votes in the country's largest city.
Tomorrow I'll be voting for the first time, in Pakistan
For the last few days my friends and family have been debating what time we'll leave for the polls, weighing the discomfort of scorching weather against the threat of violence.
Old rules in New Pakistan
Since Imran Khan revealed his feelings about a minority Muslim group in Pakistan, some young voters' opinions of him have soured.
On Location: How to run for office in Pakistan — as a female
One Pakistani voter said: 'A woman’s place is either in the home or in the grave.'
Amid Pakistan turmoil, one tribal region goes the way of peace
As the rest of Pakistan suffers a bloody bout of elections-related violence ahead of historic polls today, one of the country’s most dangerous regions is experiencing a rare period of relative peace.
Pakistan elections: Imran Khan surges in polls
Several election offices have been bombed ahead of Pakistan's vote tomorrow.
Pakistan prepares for historic election
The elections on May 11 will mark the first time Pakistan has had a transition between democratic governments.
Pakistan court rules US drone strikes as illegal 'war crimes'
A Pakistani court has directed the government to motion for a resolution against drone strikes at the UN.
The 44 percent: Will women turn Pakistan's political tide?
Nearly 40 million women are registered to vote in Pakistan. But their participation in Saturday's elections isn't promised.
Pakistan party's tiger mascot is 'alive and well'
The Nawaz Sharif party tiger isn't dead after all.
Pakistan election: Will the violence end?
Ahead of a historic democratic election in Pakistan, violence has left scores dead and is putting the vote in question.
Former Pakistani prime minister's son abducted
Gunmen kidnapped the son of former Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani at an election rally Thursday.
Pakistani prisoner dies in Indian jail after revenge beating
The beating was apparently revenge for the death of an Indian convicted as a spy in Pakistan.
Chatter: Ex-premier's son kidnapped in Pakistan
The son of Pakistan's former prime minister is seized at a campaign rally, yet more factory workers die in Bangladesh, Capitol Hill hears all about Benghazi, and volcanos are erupting all over the place.
Pakistan's Taliban threatens election suicide bombings; Pew poll shows support for US war low
Pakistan's Taliban has threatened in a letter to carry out suicide bombings during Saturday's election, while a US poll shows that if Pakistanis fear a rise in militancy, support for US war against Afghan militants is low.
Pakistani prisoner dies in India after revenge beating
Convicted Pakistani militant Sanaullah Haq died in an Indian jail on Thursday after being beaten by another inmate in an apparent revenge attack for the death of an Indian prisoner.
No more air conditioners in Pakistan government offices
Government offices won't be able to use air con after May 15, as Pakistan fights against electricity and gas shortages.
Blogging in Pakistan ain't like blogging in America
Internet censorship in Pakistan teeters atop a confusing, politically-fraught seesaw. In her first blog for GlobalPost, Mariya Karimjee explains why it's taken her so long to get online.
Pakistan: Imran Khan's injuries include fractured spine, cracked rib after fall (VIDEO)
Former Pakistani cricket star turned politician Imran Khan was injured in a dramatic fall on the campaign trail in Lahore.
Imran Khan, Pakistani candidate, falls off stage, suffers head injury (VIDEO)
Imran Khan, the Pakistani candidate who has attracted the country's youth vote, suffered a fall and head injury on Tuesday.
Deadly blast strikes Islamist election rally in Pakistan
A bomb blast struck an Islamist election rally in the country's northwest on Monday, killing at least 14 people and wounding dozens.
Pakistan: Karachi bombing targeting MQM office kills 3, injures over 30
Pakistan has seen an increase in bombings and violence as the country's historic elections approach.