The radio buzz... the top talk radio stories of the day:

BUSTED! -- police have found the suspect they have been looking for in connection to the weekends failed terror attack in New Yorks Times Square.

Director for the Center for Terrorism Law at St. Mary's University Lt. Col. Jeff Addicott had this to say to Jim Polito of WTAG Worcester, MA:

Identified by officials as Faisel Shahzad - a naturalized US Citizen - he is said to have just recently returned to the US from a 5 month trip to Pakistan.

Shahzad was taken into custody early this morning - removed from a Dubai bound plane out of New Yorks JFK International airport.

Also churning up some buzz today...

The tides run black in the Gulf - as oil continues to flow toward the coast - threatening marshlands and the wildlife of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.

But it's not just the ecosystem that's at risk - as Fox's Eben Brown reports from the Mississippi coast:

BP hasn't been able to shut off the well that's leaking 200,000 gallons of oil a day into the ocean - but they've reported making progress on restricting the amount of oil reaching the surface.

Weather and ocean currents will determine when and where the slick comes ashore.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and this has been your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.