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John Walker Lindh will plead guilty to aiding the Taliban.
Lindh's lawyer said his client would plead guilty to one charge of supplying services to the Taliban and another charge, not originally in the indictment, alleging he carried explosives in the commission of a felony.
Under terms of his deal with prosecutors, Lindh, 21, would serve two 10-year prison sentences and would cooperate fully with U.S. authorities in the investigation of the al Qaeda and terrorism.
Barring an explosion somewhere, that's my best for Biggest Story of the Day.