It seems that a flight form LaGuardia to DC's Reagan National Airport turned a little scary for 24 passengers and crew members: One passenger gave a note to the flight attendant. The note stated he had a bomb on the plane and wanted to be taken to Australia. Of course, the plane made an emergency landing at Dulles Airport, where the plane was searched, everyone was questioned by the FBI, and the man was taken away. The Daily News has the FBI's statement: There was no indication that this incident was terrorism-related and was nothing more than the unreasonable demands of a disturbed passenger. Thankfully. The DN points out this comes a day after the Homeland Security lowered the national warning level to "elevated" (yellow) from "high" (orange), though airports are still at "high." New York City is still on "high" alert, and has been since September 2001.