Madoff Charges: Bernard Madoff didn't act alone, prosecutors say. They've accused two of his longtime employees of playing key roles in deceiving investors and regulators and propping up Madoff's Ponzi scheme, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Cherry-Picking Evidence?: Toyota Motor Corp. is attacking the evidence raised by plaintiffs' attorneys in the multidistrict litigation arising from reports of sudden unintended acceleration by Toyota vehicles, The National Law Journal reports.
Dell Defects: A federal judge in North Carolina has unsealed documents in a lawsuit against Dell, The New York Times reports, and the documents raise more questions about how the company handled faulty computers sold to governments, schools and corporations.
Hill Ritual: The Washington Post reports that, at 9 a.m. today, newly elected House members will begin the process of choosing the office suites. It begins with drawing numbered metal disks out of a box to determine their "draft order."
Murder Jokes: A Harvard comedy group has apologized for taking a jab at Yale-related crime, The Boston Globe reports.