One at a Time: The Chilean Miners are being brought to the earth's surface.
Don't Ask Ruling: A federal judge in California issued an injunction barring enforcement of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, the federal law banning service by open homosexuals in the armed forces. Click here for The National Law Journal story.
The Trial Must Go On: The New York Times reports on the opening of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani's trial in Manhattan. The accused terrorist won a pre-trial victory last week when U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan barred testimony from a key witness.
Bill Shock: The Washington Post reports that the Federal Communications Commission is conducting an industry-wide investigation into cell phone billing practices after complaints of unwanted data charges.
Pension Gap: Many U.S. municipalities are understating the size of their pension obligations by using inappropriate accounting methods, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing to a study released Tuesday.
Scott Brown's Foil: What ever happened to Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley (D)? She's running for reelection, and The Boston Globe reports on her challenger.