Morning Buzz: Sept. 5, 2007

Three terror suspects were arrested this morning in Germany for plotting an "imminent" and "massive" attack on the Ramstein Air Base, used by both the U.S. military and NATO forces, as well as on Frankfurt's international airport.

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Three terror suspects were arrested this morning in Germany for plotting an "imminent" and "massive" attack on the Ramstein Air Base, used by both the U.S. military and NATO forces, as well as on Frankfurt's international airport.

That delicious scent of butter wafting from your microwave bag of popcorn could potentially give you lung disease, doctors are warning. They have found what they believe to be is the first case of a consumer suffering from "popcorn lung" after inhaling fumes from microwaving several bags of popcorn every day for years. The potentially fatal disease has been the subject of lawsuits brought by hundreds of workers in food factories who were exposed to chemicals used for flavoring the snack food.

Republican Sen. Larry Craig of Idaho is reconsidering his decision to resign if he can clear his name with the Senate ethics panel and a Minnesota court. Over the weekend, he said it was his "intent" to give up his seat at the end of September after news outlets broke the story of his Minneapolis airport bathroom arrest and guilty plea stemming from allegedly lewd conduct with a male police officer.