Al Qaeda Bomb Maker Still Alive

Did Obama take out al Qaeda's bomb king, too? Unfortunately for the administration, it doesn't look like it. After initial reports that explosives expert Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri was also killed in the Yemeni drone strike, according to U.S. officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press, a Yemeni official confirmed Sunday that the bomb expert was not killed. While two others were killed in the attack on Awlaki, both bodies were identified, and were not Asiri. Asiri, a Saudi native, is a notorious al Qaeda figure, allegedly planting bombs in printers and shipping them to the U.S. last year and providing support to the "underwear bomber" of Christmas Day 2009.