Final Appeal for Virginia Woman: Lawyers for Teresa Lewis made another plea to Virginia's governor to halt plans for her execution scheduled for Thursday. She would be the first woman put to death by the state in nearly a century, The Washingon Post reports.
Hurd and HP Settle: Avoiding further litigation, HP and Oracle announced a settlement that will have former HP CEO Mark Hurd giving up some of his severance pay and promising to protect HP's confidential information in his new position as Oracle co-president. The Recorder has the story.
Burris' Term Shortens: Sen. Roland Burris (D-Ill.) lost his bid to enlist the Supreme Court in helping him extend his term until the end of the term for which he was appointed to replace then-Sen. Barack Obama. As a result, the winner of a special election in November will take office soon therafter. Scotusblog has the details.
Deported Baby: The New York Times tells the strange story of a baby who was deported to Mexico with her father while he was under investigation as a witness to a murder. The mother was left behind in the U.S. The dispute is now before the Supreme Court.