SOTU: The BLT was live during last night's State of the Union address, and there's plenty to check out this morning. Of course, the biggest legal news was President Obama's dig at the Supreme Court for it's decision in Citizens United. Tony Mauro writes that criticism of the justices during a State of the Union is nearly unprecedented. Also, check out the video of Justice Samuel Alito's reaction.
And David Ingram has Obama's comments about a fair pay crackdown and the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division.
International Crime Fighting:The Washington Post has a story about the controversial efforts by New York's federal prosecutors to aggressively pursue international crime -- from terrorism to public corruption. Some critics say the approach may not be the best use of government resources.
Edwards Family Values: Former senator and vice presidential candidate John Edwards and his wife Elizabeth have formally separated, according to several news reports.
iPad: Apple debuted its hotly anticipated new tablet computer, the iPad, to mixed reactions yesterday. The Wall Street Journal sums up the big unveiling and what it could mean for the company.