The Washington Times - November 16, 2009, 06:24AM

Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was never mirandized, New York has Senator Schumer to thank for the NYC terror trials, and the CDC Task Force says that sex-ed is  better than abstinence but won’t release full data to the public.

    When 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammad was captured on March 1, 2003, he was not cooperative. “I’ll talk to you guys after I get to New York and see my lawyer,” he said, according to former CIA Director George Tenet.

And beyond all that, it appears that the terror trials to take place in New York City can be laid largely at his feet. While most elected officials have made clear they didn’t want terror trials to be held in their states, Schumer seemed to welcome it.

  • CNS NewsCDC Task Force Says Sex Ed Better Than Abstinence Ed But Won’t Release Full Data to Public

An independent task force assembled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  to issue recommendations on the best way to teach teens how to avoid pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases has reported that “comprehensive risk reduction” programs are more effective than abstinence programs, even though the CDC will not release the data the task force used to reach its conclusion.