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November 14th, 2009
04:52 AM ET

Should 9/11 suspects be tried in civilian court in New York?

Five terrorism suspects are heading to New York City to be tried in the 9/11 attacks. Among them is the self-proclaimed mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed. But not everyone is pleased with the decision to try the case in a civilian court near ground zero.

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November 14th, 2009
04:38 AM ET

Coming up in the CNN Newsroom...

President Barack Obama's first leg of his Asian tour draws to an end. He arrives in Singapore today, after declaring himself America's "first Pacific president" during a major address in Tokyo. We'll have a live report.

Five terror suspects are heading to New York to be tried in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. But not everyone is happy with the decision to try the case in a civilian court, near ground zero.

New overnight: A concrete wall collapsed at a high school football game in South Carolina, injuring more than two dozen students.

Adjustable rate mortgages reset soon. Our housing expert Clyde Anderson shows you what you should do now.

A new bra that can help prevent breast cancer? Our technology guru Mario Armstrong shows us what that's all about.

And what are the 50 best inventions of 2009? (Maybe that new bra should be on the list....) Josh Levs takes a look.

We'll have those stories and a whole lot more this morning in the CNN Newsroom with Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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