MAY 1, 2016:

THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAPTURE AND KILLING OF OSAMA BIN LADEN

It’s been five years since President Obama beamingly announced to the nation that Osama Bin Laden, al-Qaeda’s leader, had been cornered, captured and killed.

Americans felt palpable senses of both triumph and relief. Finally some tangible progress had been made or so it seemed.

But what did it really mean then?

And more importantly what does it mean now?

What has changed for the greater good domestically and around the world?