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Axelrod: No decision yet on terror trial site

 Pedestrians are framed by Manhattan Federal court in the background as they walk on Canal Street in the Chinatown neighborhood of Manhattan, Friday, ...
 Men play board games in Columbus Park across the street from Manhattan Federal court, Friday, Jan. 29, 2010 in New York. Facing growing opposition to...
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Obama 9 11 Terror Trial

Pedestrians are framed by Manhattan Federal court in the background as they walk on Canal Street in the Chinatown neighborhood of Manhattan, Friday, ...

Obama 9 11 Terror Trial

Men play board games in Columbus Park across the street from Manhattan Federal court, Friday, Jan. 29, 2010 in New York. Facing growing opposition to...

APTOPIX Obama 9/11 Terror Trial

Stephen Shallash has lunch framed by the reflection of the court houses on Foley Square in the window of Corte Cafe at the corner of Duane and Lafaye...

A top presidential adviser says the Obama administration hasn't decided where it will try professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and others suspected terrorists.
The administration said late last year that Mohammed and other conspirators would go on trial in a federal civilian court in New York City. But that plan has run into resistance now from city officials over costs and security measures.
White House aide David Axelrod says the administration must take into consideration such local opposition. He says no decision has been made about where a trial will take place.
Axelrod appeared on NBC television's "Meet the Press."