A day in the life: U.S. officials said Wednesday that a personal journal belonging to bin Laden was seized in the raid on his compound last week. The diary, which they say details his professional thoughts rather than personal ones, reportedly contains "musings on al Qaeda" as well as plans for future terrorist attacks, listing possible targets. “There doesn’t seem to be anything in there like, ‘I had trouble with one of my wives today,'" an official tells the National Journal. Sources say it's not certain that the diary belongs to bin Laden yet, but intelligence teams are working on the assumption that it is. If it’s his, it’s a clear indication that the al Qaeda chief was still involved in planning operations—though there’s no indication that his latest plans were ever put into action.