With Osama bin Laden gone, his chief deputy in al Qaeda, Ayman al Zawahri, is the new top target for the U.S.—and he may be starting at a disadvantage. Files gathered from the raid on bin Laden’s Pakistan compound have turned up “positive intelligence” on Zawahri’s location, CBS News reported Friday. The CIA now has “numerous” leads on bin Laden’s No. 2, it says, uncovered from 2.7 terabytes of computer data taken out of the Abbottabad lair. But sources cautioned that capturing Zawahri may not be very easy because he’s likely to be on the run.