Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that five suspected 9/11 terrorists will be tried in a civilian court in New York. Among them, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the attacks. But who is Khalid Sheikh Mohammad? Here's TJ Holmes and CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen with a profile of the confessed terrorist.
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Some of the figures are staggering. As CNNMoney.com reports, the latest figures from the Treasury show the deficit is on track to be the worst since World War II - even worse than in the past year. In the Newsroom, we're showing you the latest.
Government officials say spending is necessary to help get the nation out of the recession. Critics say we're seeing too much spending, and will pay a price in the future. What do you think?
Two Obama administration officials tell CNN a maximum security prison 150 miles west of Chicago is the top contender to house some detainees from the federal facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A GOP representative says locating detainees in Illinois would make that state a terrorist target.
What do you think? Post your comments below. We may use some of them this morning in the CNN Newsroom.
President Obama meets with Russian President Medvedev on the sidelines of the APEC summit in Singapore. We'll have details of that meeting. And we'll have the President's day ahead.
Asia-Pacific leaders vow to reject trade protectionism and keep stimulus policies in place until the global economy recovers.
Two Obama administration officials tell CNN a prison 150 miles west of Chicago is a top contender to house some Gitmo detainees.
As congress considers heath care reform, our Elaine Quijano profiles an employee and her boss who are each wrestling with health care issues in different ways.
TJ Holmes reports on a faith-based group that has provided electricity to more than 2,400 homes and schools in Uganda.
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