U.S. at Risk for Cyber Attack

National Intel director says U.S. not up to task of defending itself against cyber attacks, as terror grows on the Web

Beware the 'Lone Wolf'

Intel officials warn that a new Al Qaeda attack by an extremist acting alone could be just months away• 'Underwear Bomber' Provides Key Intelligence

Medical Journal Retracts Article Linking Vaccines and Autism

A major British medical journal on Tuesday retracted a flawed study linking the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine to autism and bowel disease.

Airline Terror Suspect Provides Key Intelligence

The Nigerian man accused of trying to use a bomb hidden in his underwear to bring down a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas has been cooperating with investigators since last week and has provided fresh intelligence in multiple terrorism investigati

Top prosecutor will not take on phone tampering case

NEW ORLEANS - The top federal prosecutor in New Orleans will not take on the alleged phone tampering case at Senator Mary Landrieu's office. U.S.

Iran OK With U.N. Request to Send Uranium Overseas

Iran said on Tuesday it was ready to send its uranium abroad for further enrichment as requested by the U.N.

Ahmadinejad Open to Exchange for Detained U.S. Hikers

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has suggested that Iran would release three jailed U.S. hikers in exchange for Iranians currently serving in American prisons.

Gates Backs 'Don't Ask,Don't Tell' Repeal

URGENT: Defense chief 'fully supports' Obama's decision to drop divisive policy on gays in the military, orders review

NFL settles dispute over 'Who Dat'

NEW ORLEANS - Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says the NFL conceeded that it has no ownership rights to the Fleur-de-Lis or the Saints cheer 'Who Dat'. The NFL is objecting to shirts marketed as official Saints gear or an NFL product.

SEC Workers Probed for Porn-Surfing

One supervisor at the commission reportedly made 1,800 attempts to look up pornography in a 17-day span