The CIA uncovers potential Al Qaeda targets as new details emerge surrounding the death of Bin Laden.
The CIA has learned that al Qaeda was planning to attack America's rail system by tampering with train tracks.
Now, new details have emerged about how bin Laden was killed.
This animation shows how Navy SEALs first shot a courier who returned fire, then bin Laden's son. They first missed the al Qaeda leader.
Minutes later, they shot him and wounded one of his wives in an upstairs bedroom.
Alexander Santora, who lost his son on 9-11 said, "He's food for the fishes. That's fitting."
Republican leader John Boehner is backing the President's decision not to release photos of bin Laden's death.
"The President outlined to me the series of actions that occurred on Sunday evening. I have no doubt that Osama bin Laden is dead," said Boehner.
After greeting first responders near Ground Zero, President Obama said, "We did what we said we were going to do."
Today President Obama travels to Fort Campbell, Kentucky to meet two thousand troops just back from Afghanistan.
"Him coming here and actually interacting with the soldiers is a huge expression of his support," said one woman.
The White House says while there, he'll also thank some of the Navy SEALs who killed the world's number one terrorist.