Tough Travel: A fast-moving grass-roots movement designed to change the federal government's policy about full-body X-ray scanners and physical pat-downs may lead to long airport delays, the Washington Post reports.
Korea Conflict: A U.S. aircraft carrier group set off for Korean waters on Wednesday, a day after North Korea rained artillery shells on a South Korean island, in a move likely to enrage Pyongyang and unsettle its ally, China, according to Reuters.
BP's Next Phase: Emergency payments from the $20 billion BP fund came to an end Tuesday, and now the next phase begins: the negotiation of lump-sum final settlements for those affected by the spill, The New York Times reports.
Insider Trading: John Kinnucan’s questioning by the FBI in a broad insider-trading investigation has put the spotlight on money managers and their use of a burgeoning breed of firms selling research and access to industry experts, Bloomberg reports.
Copyright Verdict: SAP AG must pay $1.3 billion to rival Oracle Corp. for copyright infringement, a federal jury ruled Tuesday, following a high-profile court battle between the business-software makers, The Wall Street Journal reports.