There is a manhunt underway in Sochi, Russia, just weeks before the 2014 Winter Olympics.  Reports indicate that officials are searching for three suspected suicide bombers, and one of them is believed to have somehow penetrated the 'Ring of Steel,' a defensive perimeter approximately 60 miles long and 25 miles wide.

Terrorists bombed two Russian targets recently, and over the weekend took credit for the attacks by releasing a video of the suicide bombers wiring themselves and heading to their targets. They went on to warn of more "surprise packages" for Sochi, and the tourists who attend the Olympics.

One U.S. senator says it's just too dangerous to go.  He won't let his family go either.  The United States has contingency plans in place to get American competitors out of Sochi in a hurry if things begin to escalate.