The Washington Post leads with President Obama's decision to try to block the release of photographs showing the abuse of detainees by U.S. soldiers. Last month, the administration said it wouldn't fight a court order to release 44 photos by May 28, but Obama changed his mind after he saw some of the photographs and heard from top Pentagon officials that releasing the images could endanger troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Wall Street Journal leads its world-wide newsbox with word that the Obama administration is discussing ways to detain terror suspects. The administration is apparently considering a proposal to indefinitely hold some Guantanamo detainees inside the United Stats with the approval of a new national security court.

via Obama reverses on abuse photos; administration wants to regulate derivatives. - By Daniel Politi - Slate Magazine.

I don't know if this is the right thing to do, but I wonder if the people who railed against Bush for wanting to keep photos like this secret, will rail also against Obama for the same thing.