From the NY Post:
A suspected al Qaeda terrorist from Queens was grilled for a second day by FBI agents in Colorado yesterday -- as a report emerged that bomb-making diagrams were found on a computer he carried with him on a visit to New York.
On Wednesday, agents interrogated Najibullah Zazi for 8½ hours and raided his Aurora, Colo., home.
The second questioning session came as detectives pored over nine backpacks confiscated in a Queens raid Monday to see if they'd come into contact with explosives, sources said.
Surveillance also is underway at about a half-dozen addresses in or around New York, according to the sources.
CNN reported diagrams showing how to make bombs were found on Zazi's computer when cops stopped him on the George Washington Bridge.
UPDATE: The Daily News is reporting that Zazi is looking to make a plea deal.