Saturday's massive bomb in Kirkuk, combined with political gridlock, raises questions about how ready Iraq is for the withdrawal of US troops from cities by June 30.
A federal judge orders release of a Syrian national who Al Qaeda suspected was a US spy.
One senator calls this the 'terror gap' and vows to plug it, but gun owners fear the government might use the FBI's terror list to crack down on law-abiding citizens.
They want the story of their homeland told, but they worry about reprisals against relatives in Iran, as well as from pro-regime groups here in the US.
New website rolls pictures, stories, even YouTube clips into customized slideshows.
Michelle Obama asked for more community service Monday, but rising volunteerism among Generation Y suggest it has already caught the spirit.