Today's Post-Gazette was filled with Osama bin Laden news, so here's the rundown:
Len Barcousky heads to Somerset County and the site of the Flight 93 crash (photo above by Darrell Sapp), where visitors were somber.
Mark Roth and (Yemeni visiting journalist) Malak Shaher talk to the experts who say bin Laden's death will have little effect on al-Qaeda.
Jim O'Toole catches up with a Cranberry man who lost his mother and sister at the World Trade Center, whose reaction to OBL's death was low key.
Ann Rodgers finds the "relief" in the Muslim community.
Still have to leave your water bottles and nail clippers at home: Jon Schmitz reports that transportation security measures are unchanged.
Dan Majors catches up with North Sider Michael Hayden, former CIA director under George W. Bush, who asked Hayden constantly about OBL as "frustration" built.
Maria Sciullo shows how the news broke on the Twitters.
And, finally, I wrote about what this means for President Obama politically. Answer: It's still all about the economy, but he'll get a short-term surge and the killing will help him rebut national security attacks and re-energize the youth vote. (A welcome reporting assist here from O'Toole.)