Anders Behring Breivik appears happy to boast to police in Norway about his big plans of destruction, reports AP. He told them he had other government and political targets in mind during a 10-hour interrogation. A Norway tabloid says those targets included the royal palace and Labor Party headquarters, but police would not confirm, notes Reuters.
"He explains himself well and is more than willing to talk about the events," said a police attorney. During the interrogation, Breivik had a question for police: He wanted to know how many people he had killed. When informed it was 77, he "showed no emotion," said the police official. The Telegraph has names and photos of the victims here. (Read more Norway stories.)