Prosecutors Call Terrorism Case Most Serious in Years

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Since September 11, dozens of apparent cases of terrorism have turned out to be something less, sometimes the product of undercover government agents. But today's New York Times reports that the case of Najibullah Zazi may be the real thing. In Denver today, a federal judge ordered the Denver airport-shuttle driver held without bail until he's transferred to New York City. There he'll be charged with plotting the use of weapons of mass destruction in the US. Scott Shane covers national security for the Times.




Warren Olney