The Justice Department must now decide whether to try the terror suspect, now in Guantánamo, in US courts or let him return to Afghanistan.
The administration also tells Congress Tuesday that it will decide the status of all 229 detainees by Oct. 1.
The indictment, unsealed Monday, says they were planning to attack targets overseas. It is not clear if they were connected to Al Qaeda.
Latest dragnet includes mayors and state assemblymen with 44 arrests so far.
For 27 years, a Boeing engineer sent documents on military projects to Beijing. He's been convicted, but the extent of the damage may never be known.
Splinter factions of Jemaah Islamiyah 'might now seek to re-energize the movement through violent attacks,' according to a report issued only 24 hours before Friday's bombings.
Of seven suspects now in custody, some had 'prior military background.' The case points to criminals' growing adoption of police and military tactics.
Their numbers are small, but unit morale, cohesion, and discipline could be harmed.
Almost none. No international framework exists to identify or sanction an attacking country.