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> FBI: AL QAEDA PLOT POSSIBLY UNCOVERED
Authorities say they believe a father and son arrested in the quaint northern California community of Lodi were involved in a larger al Qaeda plan to carry out jihad, or holy war, against the United States.
One of the men arrested is a second generation American. Why could this be significant? We'll ask CNN Terrorism Analyst Peter Bergen.
> A FAMILY'S TRAGEDY IN THE FOG OF WAR
Even as Daham Kassim sits in his brother-in-law's comfortable suburban St. Louis home, his thoughts constantly turn back to his native Iraq and the tragic events that brought him to the United States.
> FIRST TROPICAL DEPRESSION FORMS
The first tropical depression of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season formed Wednesday in the northwest Caribbean, prompting Cuba to issue a tropical storm watch.
.....For a personalized weather forecast go to http://www.cnn.com/WEATHER
> PENTAGON TESTS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Emergency crews responded to a simulated explosion Wednesday near the Pentagon as part of a drill to test their responses.
> MAN'S LEG LANDS IN YARD
The body of an apparent stowaway was ripped in half during flight Tuesday and his leg crashed into a suburban neighborhood, where a homeowner found the severed limb in the middle of her lawn, authorities said.
> SHIPWRECKS DISCOVERED IN HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO
Marine scientists investigating the discovery of two sunken ships in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands have found two new shipwrecks and a trail of coal that may lead to another wreck.
> PILOTS CONVICTED OF OPERATING PLANE WHILE DRUNK
A jury Wednesday convicted two former America West pilots of operating an aircraft while intoxicated after an all-night drinking binge.
..... More U.S. stories at http://www.cnn.com/US
> ISRAEL HIGH COURT UPHOLDS SHARON'S PULLOUT PLAN
Israel's Supreme Court ruled Thursday a Gaza withdrawal plan is constitutional, removing the last legal obstacle to this summer's pullout.
> ACQUITTAL OF 9/11 SUSPECT UPHELD
A German federal appeals court has upheld the acquittal of a September 11 suspect Thursday, starting the clock ticking on how long the Moroccan man could remain in the country.
> U.S. MAY SUPPORT U.N. NUCLEAR HEAD
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice held out the possibility Wednesday that the United States might support Mohamed ElBaradei for a third term as director-general of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, but said the decision could rest "on where we come out with Iran."
> SLOW START FOR ZIMBABWE STRIKE
A planned two-day strike to protest a government crackdown on illegal homes and traders that left an estimated 200,000 people homeless appears to have gotten off to a slow start in Zimbabwe's capital.
..... More World stories at http://www.cnn.com/WORLD
> MARTY BURNS: NBA FINALS BREAKDOWN
> WILLIS BECOMES MAJORS' FIRST 10-GAME WINNER
Dontrelle Willis and Carlos Delgado made sure Florida snapped out of its slump.
..... More Sports stories at http://SI.com ..... For scores see http://SI.com/scoreboards
> GREENSPAN FACES ROUGH WATERS
Far from coasting into his place in history, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan must spend the waning months of his tenure parsing unusual signs that have economists warning variously of a dangerous economic slide or a risk of an inflationary overheating.
> THE PERFECT LEVEL OF 'RICH'
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The notion of "rich" is frequent fodder for headlines. In the past month alone we've learned:
..... More Business stories at http://CNNmoney.com ..... For market numbers see http://CNNmoney.com/markets
> WOMAN GIVES BIRTH AFTER OVARY TRANSPLANT
An Alabama woman gave birth this week to a baby girl after undergoing the first known successful ovary transplant in the United States.
> STUDY: UNINSURED COST INSURED $900 MORE
Health insurance premiums will cost families and employers an extra $922 on average this year to cover the costs of caring for the uninsured, according to a report released Wednesday.
..... More Health stories at http://www.cnn.com/HEALTH
> FBI TESTS SOFTWARE TO REPLACE CANCELED PROJECT
FBI officials said they hope to award a contract by the year's end for a complex new software program to replace a failed project that was canceled this year at a cost of more than $100 million to taxpayers.
> EUROPE BROADBAND SURPASSES AMERICAS
More Europeans than Americans had a broadband Internet connection in the first quarter, according to a survey published Wednesday, which also showed South Korea is on the verge of losing its global pole position.
..... More Technology stories at http://www.cnn.com/TECH
> HOPPING ON THE 'IDOL' TOUR BUS
When it comes to making "American Idol" click, it seems nothing can be done without the help of a British bloke named Simon.
> CROWE SORRY FOR PHONE TANTRUM
Two days after his arrest on assault charges, Oscar winner Russell Crowe shifted into damage-control mode on Wednesday, publicly apologizing for his telephone-throwing tantrum in the midst of a promotional tour for his latest film.
..... More Entertainment stories at http://www.cnn.com/SHOWBIZ
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