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Stadiums, Hotels, Warehouses Eyed in Terror Plot Probe

Federal counterterrorism officials warned local police to patrol stadiums, hotels and entertainment complexes for suspicious activity after the arrest of a Colorado man suspected of a far-reaching terror plot.

Ahmadinejad Recruited Sanctions Buster in NYC, Docs Show

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad played a hands-on role in helping one of his New York party guests commit the felony of violating U.S. sanctions on Iran.

ACORN Worker in Video Reported Couple to Police

Police say a worker with the activist group ACORN who was caught on video giving advice about human smuggling to a couple posing as a pimp and a prostitute had reported the incident to authorities.

Toddler Among 6 Killed as Storms Drench Southeast

Surging floodwaters ripped apart a west Georgia trailer home, drowning a 2-year-old boy swept from his father's arms.

Remains of Missing BYU Student Found 5 Years Later

Five years after college student Brooke Wilberger disappeared, a man has pleaded guilty to her murder and directed police to her remains.

FOX News Poll: Americans Divided on Afghan War Effort

Americans are divided over the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan — a key voting issue in the 2008 presidential election — according to a FOX News poll released Monday.

ACORN Boss Dodges Hot Seat

ACORN CEO ignores repeated calls to testify before Congress on embattled group's finances | VIDEO