Fort Hood Suspect Says 'I Am the Shooter' in Opening Statement…
In other news Monday, a judge deemed Army Maj. Nidal Hasan competent to represent himself at his trial for the 2009 deadly shootings at Fort Hood. Also, a fire at a poultry plant in China killed at least 119 people.
In the day's other top news, Wall Street sagged over the debt ceiling debate and a Muslim-American soldier has admitted to planning an attack on Fort Hood in Texas.
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In other news, an independent report blamed several military officers for failing to prevent the Fort Hood massacre in November, and the man accused of planning to bomb Bali in 2002 may be tried in Washington D.C.
The November attack on Fort Hood and the failed plot to blow up a passenger jet on Christmas have renewed questions on how U.S. intelligence is analyzed and tracked. Judy Woodruff talks to a panel for more.
An airstrike in Yemen has killed at least 30 militants. Among the dead is believed to be an outspoken cleric with ties to the alleged gunman at Fort Hood. Jeffrey Brown talks to experts for details.
In other news, the United Nations reported that Iraq will delay its national elections by one more month, and China, India, Brazil and South Africa refused to cut carbon emissions by 2050.
As a Senate Committee began the first hearing into the shooting attack at Fort Hood, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced the launch of a Pentagon review of the circumstances around the shootings. Judy Woodruff speaks with two reporters for an…
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks break down the top political headlines of the past week, including Justice Department plans to try five Guantanamo Bay detainees in federal court in New York, and President Obama's Afghan strategy review.
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