First Anniversary: Today marks one year since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United v. FEC, and NPR reports that the decision it has sharply altered the debate over regulating political money.
Gender Split: The Associated Press reports on the prevalence of female lawyers arguing before the Supreme Court, keying off the 30th appearance Wednesday by Arnold & Porter's Lisa Blatt.
Loss for EPA, Win for Environmentalists: A federal judge ruled in favor of environmental groups who wanted the EPA to stop delaying proposed, strict rules about emissions from industrial boilers, which the EPA had a hold on because of concerns from businesses. Click here for The Wall Street Journal story.
Lost and Found: The New York Times reports on the fallout from a 1987 kidnapping in Harlem of a baby girl, who was raised in Connecticut and only recently learned her true identity.
WikiLeaks Fallout: Twenty-three-year-old Army private Bradley Manning, accused of sending documents to WikiLeaks, was placed on suicide watch for two days this week, as his lawyer continues to condemn Manning's treatment, The Washington Post reports.
Victims' Rights: The Los Angeles Times reports on a lawsuit against former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, stemming from a commutation he granted just before leaving office.