Settlement Talks: Several of the U.S.'s largest technology companies are in advanced talks with the Justice Department to avoid a court battle over whether they colluded to hold down wages by agreeing not to poach each other's employees, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Bailout: A close look at how OneUnited Bank won bailout money shows how the Treasury Department, federal regulators and another influential lawmaker helped it despite its record of bad investments and extravagant spending, the Washington Post reports.
Terror Threat: Investigators in Britain arrested five men on suspicion of terrorism Friday and promptly reviewed security arrangements for Pope Benedict XVI's trip to the island, CNN reports.
Oldest Judge: At 103, Judge Wesley E. Brown of the United States District Court in Kansas uses an oxygen tube in court but has no plans to stop working, The New York Times reports.
Warren Report: President Obama will stand next to Elizabeth Warren in the Rose Garden today as he names her the assistant to the president and special adviser to the Treasury secretary on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to Politico.