KSM's Jurors: The Washington Post reports on the dynamics of the potential jury pool in New York City for the expected trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four others tied to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Anti-Foreclosure Push: The Obama administration will outline new efforts today designed to increase the number of borrowers who receive mortgage relief, The Wall Street Journal reports. Part of the new plan: monitoring the largest mortgage servicing companies on a daily basis.
Nazi Trials: The New York Times reports that the prosecution of Nazi-era war criminals has become increasingly difficult, as survivors and defendants have aged and passed away. The latest is example is John Demjanjuk, a retired American autoworker on trial in Munich and accused of helping to force 27,900 Jews to their deaths.
Drug Courts: The Associated Press, via Law.com, reports on the success of the nation's drug courts, of which there are more than 2,300. In the 20 years they've been around, they've been credited with reducing crime and saving the cost of locking people up. The Obama administration wants to boost funding.
Beach Law: The Miami Herald has a preview of this morning's Supreme Court oral argument involving a Florida beach renourishment dispute, which pits the state against the affected homeowners.