A tornado touched down in southeast Florida Monday morning, the National Weather Service said.
The twister hit in Oakland Park, just north of Ft. Lauderdale between 8 and 8:30 a.m., Weather Service Specialist Tyrone Mosley told CNN.
There was debris, but no immediate report of injuries, he said.
A tornado watch remained in place for South Florida until 11 a.m. ET.
Arrests after federal raid - Federal authorities plan to unseal charges Monday against several people arrested in a series of weekend raids in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, prosecutors in Detroit said Sunday. A Christian militia group called the Hutaree was thought to be the target of the raid. The group proclaims on a Web site that it is "preparing for the end time battles to keep the testimony of Jesus Christ alive." Our reporters give you the latest from the first courtroom appearance for those arrested and will dig through the documents when they are unsealed.
Eight people were killed and 15 others were wounded when two car bombs exploded in central Karbala, Iraq on Monday, police said. And, a government employee was killed in a blast in Baghdad, according to authorities.
Continuing coverage - Moscow subway blasts - Dozens of people are dead in explosions on the Moscow subway system.
9:00 am ET - Obama returns home - President Obama arrives at Andrews Air Force Base following his surprise trip to Afghanistan.
Rep. Steve Driehaus: The Ohio Democrat says that the protests outside his Cincinnati home have become "threatening" and "personal."
The Washington Post reports that halfÂ the calls to the congressman's office last week thanked him for voting for health care legislation. The other half included death threats and personal attacks.
Driehaus told the newspaper, "The other side has waged a campaign of misinformation and fear, and that's what people are reacting to. I understand people are going to criticize my decisions - I'm an elected official - but my wife, my kids, my neighbors are out of bounds."
[Updated 8:45 a.m.] The death toll in the Moscow subway attacks now stands at 38, according to the country's Ministry of Emergency Situations.
[Updated 7:38 a.m.] ï»¿ï»¿Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said the "terrorists" responsible for the Moscow subway attacks Monday "will be destroyed."
"I am sure that law enforcement agencies will do everything to find and punish the criminals," Putin said.
Tuesday has been declared a day of mourning in Moscow in memory of the more than 35 people killed in the subway attacks, the mayor's press spokesman said.
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[Updated 7:33 a.m.] Female suicide bombers detonated explosions that rocked two subway stations in central Moscow during rush hour on Monday morning, killing at least 35 people, officials said.
Divers have been hammering on the hulls of the front and rear sections of a sunken South Korean navy ship, but no signs of life have been detected, military officials said Monday.
Moscow attacks - A Web site associated with Chechen separatists has claimed responsibility for attacks on the Moscow underground which killed at least 35 people on Monday. Female suicide bombers detonated explosions that rocked two subway stations in central Moscow.
Rio Tinto verdictÂ - A court in Shanghai, China, has sentenced an Australian mining executive to seven years for bribery and five years for stealing commercial secrets in the Rio Tinto case. Three of his colleagues at the British-Australian company also were sentenced.
President Barack Obama is expected to return to the United States on Monday morning after a surprise visit to Afghanistan, where he met with his Afghan counterpart and reiterated the need to wipe out terror networks.
Rescue teams continued searching Sunday for the managing director of the Abu Dhabi Investment Fund, missing after the glider plane he was traveling in crashed into a lake in Morocco on Friday, the state news agency of the United Arab Emirates reported.