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The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is claiming the organization U.S. Term Limits, a non-profit group, crossed federal legal lines by not disclosing that contributions sent to them are not tax-deductible. U.S. Term Limits recently aired an ad for former Rep. Bob Schaffer (R-CO), who's running for Senate seat. Schaffer has recently come under scrutiny for alleged dealings with shamed former lobbyist Jack Abramoff. (Roll Call)

The six suspects accused of plotting to decimate the Sears Tower, join Al Qaeda and, as government lawyers claim, enact a "ground war" on America will be tried yet again. This will mark the third attempt by the federal government to convict them. Searches of the group's headquarters in Miami found no evidence of weapons or plans for such "ground wars." (New York Times)

A federal judge has ruled that the government's practice of withholding information from Americans about their appearance on the terrorist watch list is unlawful. The decision stems from a 2005 lawsuit filed by ten Muslim or Arab-American plaintiffs who claimed unwarranted harassment upon entering the U.S. (New York Times)