The Somali American said he was told to return to the United States and plan an attack, court papers indicate.
Before lawsuit, air travelers denied entry to a U.S. plane could appeal but could not learn their status on the list.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was convicted on 30 counts, could face the death penalty for carrying out one of the worst acts of terrorism on U.S. soil since 9/11.
Seven women and five men are considering a list of 30 charges, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could face the death penalty if convicted on any one of more than a dozen of those counts.
The Obama administration outlines ideas to better coordinate its handling of cases and its outreach to families.
Prosecutors say Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, rather than being pulled along by his brother, was a determined terrorist.
Muhanad al Farekh, who was detained in Pakistan, was brought to New York to face terrorism charges.
In a dramatic phone call, Sharif Mobley said he feared for his safety and appealed for help.
Climate surveys, such as those used in corporate America, are a key tool for rating performance.
The publicly released version of Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA detention program refers to the agency’s post-Sept.11 “black sites” as color-themed codes.