Whiskey Plates: The Wall Street Journal examines the issue of "whiskey plates," license plates that include a clue the car's owner is a convicted drunk driver. Defense lawyers and civil libertarians don't like them.
Lying Accusation: The New York Times reports that, according to court documents, Fox News chief Roger Ailes was the one whom publisher Judith Regan once accused of encouraging her to lie to federal investigators about Bernard Kerik.
Cantor in Cambridge: In a speech at Harvard, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said he's "never been around when a president decided not to defend a law on the books," The Associated Press reports. (Then again, The NLJ reported last year that DOJ has done so 13 times in the past six years.)
Call Him Dean: Former U.S. Rep. Tom Campbell (R-Calif.), who ran unsuccessfully for Senate last year, will be the next dean of the Chapman University School of Law in Orange, Calif., the Los Angeles Times reports.
Past Sinks Aide: An aide to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray was forced out after questions about past criminal allegations, The Washington Post reports.