And loves Harry Potter.
The judge is moving ahead anyway.
A CIA official speaks up about the Al Qaeda chief's interrogation.
The trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other men got off to a rocky start.
Live from Guantanamo Bay.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four alleged co-conspirators are finally being arraigned.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other men could be sentenced to death.
Rather than a civilian trial at federal court in Manhattan.
He doesn't want the trial of the 9/11 plotter to be in New York City, or anywhere in New York State.
New York City venue is "not off the table," attorney general says.
God, nothing makes that guy happy.
Oh, and he says bin Laden won't be captured alive.
Decision would represent reversal from Obama's preference for civilian-court trials over past few months.
That's quite a turnaround for Obama, who's been defending the majesty of our criminal-justice system for months.
Obama says he still hasn't ruled them out.
Throughout her trial, Aafia Siddiqui seemed out of control and even crazy — until she took the stand.
The White House has ordered Attorney General Eric Holder to consider holding the trials outside of New York.
His measure would block the usage of Justice Department funds for civilian trials for Guantánamo detainees.