Readers write about Bush's diplomacy, Benazir Bhutto's will, racial bias in soccer, and the overload of information in schools.
Many cite economic woes as campaigning for the Feb. 18 election picks up Friday.
The slain ex-prime minister's political party hopes to end the controversy over new party leader, Asif Ali Zardari, ahead of Feb. 18 elections.
Director of CIA says "no reason" to doubt Islamist group's responsibility, echoing findings of Scotland Yard.
The political blame game over Bhutto's assassination and rising ethnic tensions raise worries about the fragility of the country's federal structure.
With elections there postponed until Feb. 18, and turmoil unabated, the Bush administration evaluates its options for spurring its war-on-terror ally toward greater democracy.
Benazir Bhutto's party named her son and husband as new leaders, following a South Asian tradition of keeping political power in the family.
But analysts say the slain leader was adept at transcending the politics of gender.