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Terror Suspect Allegedly Had Sights on Sept. 11 Attack

Najibullah Zazi, 24, was stopped by police on Sept. 10 as he entered the city, and he allegedly dropped his plans for an attack once he realized that law enforcement was onto him

Louisiana Shrimpers to Meet Monday

The next meeting of the Louisiana Shrimp Task Force will be held Monday, September 28, 2009, at 1:30 p.m. at LDWF Headquarters located at 2000 Quail Drive in the Louisiana Room. The agenda for Monday’s meeting is as follows: I. Call to order II.

Officials: Terror Plot Most Significant Since 9-11

Afghan-born Najibullah Zazi set up shop in suburban Denver, scouring the Web and visiting beauty supply stores in a hunt for chemicals needed to build bombs for Al Qaeda, authorities charge

U.S. to Accuse Iran of Building Secret Nuke Plant

Iran revealed the existence of a covert uranium enrichment facility to the U.N. nuclear watchdog this week after it discovered the project's secrecy had been breached by Western intelligence agencies, FOX News has learned.

Qaddafi Says He 'Comprehends' Lockerbie Anger

Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi said he could "comprehend" the anger directed at him by Americans who lost relatives in the Lockerbie bombing, trying to strike a conciliatory tone a day after calling the United Nations Security Council a "terror counci

Two Men Accused of Separate Terror Bomb Plots

Federal officials said Thursday that the cases are not connected to each other or the major terrorism investigation under way in Colorado and New York

G-20 Protesters, Police Clash; Up to 19 Arrested

Pittsburgh officials say nearly 20 people protesting the Group of 20 summit were arrested during a chaotic march outside downtown.

GOP's Clinton-Era Ammo

Republicans threaten to block appointments if Dems don't halt probe of health insurance company's controversial mailings, which partly follow guidance set by Clinton