Lunchtime Links: February 3, 2010

A Baptist group detained in Haiti on suspicion of child trafficking charges says they worked with a Haitian police officer and Dominican officials in trying to take children out of the earthquake-ravaged country.

A Florida woman has been charged after allegedly trying to find someone to take credit for murdering a missing lottery winner – her neighbor – whose body was buried in her backyard.

U.S. intelligence chiefs told a Senate panel Tuesday that an attempt at a terrorist attack on American soil is likely within the next three to six months.

A report issued by the National Transportation Safety Board showed that cockpit errors by a pilot who had failed numerous flight tests was responsible for the crash of a commuter plane one year ago in Buffalo.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees shares his faith story, saying that he feels his signing with the team in the wake of Hurricane Katrina was inspired by God. Brees has been recognized for his efforts to help the city after Katrina and will lead the Saints on Sunday in Super Bowl XLIV against the Indianapolis Colts.

Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney hedged at his chances of playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl with torn ankle ligaments.

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