Prague-Bound: As Norm Eisen, former White House special counsel and former Zuckerman Spaeder partner, heads to the Czech Republic as the new U.S. ambassador, he's preparing to move into a former Nazi headquarters and make the kitchen kosher, NPR reports.
'Maximum Custody': The New York Times reports on accusations of mistreatment against Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is accused of leaking sensitive documents to the transparency website Wikileaks.
Seven-Figure Fees: The National Law Journal reports that a pair of plaintiffs' firms, Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann and Grant & Eisenhofer, plan to ask for as much as $6.5 million for work related to shareholder lawsuit settlements that didn't increase the shareholders' take in a pending merger.
Moving Mountains: The Environmental Protection Agency has revoked a key permit for a proposed mountaintop-removal coal-mining project in West Virginia, prompting the company involved to plan a lawsuit, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Election Day: The Washington Post previews today's election of a new chairman of the Republican National Committee. Incumbent Michael Steele faces four challengers.