A newly recovered cellphone that belonged to Osama bin Laden's courier reveals contacts with Harakat-ul-Mujahadeen, a militant group established by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency. Bin Laden likely used the group, a longtime affiliate of Pakistan’s spy agency, as part of his support in Pakistan, officials say. Harakat commanders often contacted Pakistani intelligence officials, although the calls may not have had anything to do with bin Laden. Officials warn that they did not find a "smoking gun" which proves the intelligence agency had knowledge about bin Laden—but one American official did say, "It's a serious lead. It's an avenue we're investigating."