Prosecutors say a “banker” sought details on U.S. sanctions and the development of alternative energy.
Prosecutors seek the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man accused of setting off one bomb.
The Pentagon has been unwilling to send prisoners to Yemen because of instability and extremism there.
French and U.S. officials are struggling to explain failures in intelligence that might have prevented this week’s violence.
David Petraeus could face criminal proceedings for providing classified documents to his biographer.
Cherno Njie of Texas and Papa Faal of Minnesota were part of a ring of about a dozen co-conspirators.
The suspected al-Qaeda terrorist was charged with helping to plan the 1998 attacks in Africa.
The transfer of the 3 Yemenis and 2 Tunisian prisoners is another step toward shutting the military facility.
But President Obama faces congressional opposition to moving or releasing detainees.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani requested their release. Detainees are described as “low-level, if that.”