Rising Death Toll: The death toll from Friday's earthquake and tsunami in Japan continues to rise. The Bank of Japan doubled the size of its asset-purchase program and pumped nearly $183.2 billion into money markets, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Delay of Game: The NFL's first work stoppage in 24 years went into effect Saturday, The Washington Post reports. Lawyers for the players' union filed an antitrust suit in Minneapolis federal district court.
Favoring The Underdog: The Los Angeles Times reports on the U.S. Supreme Court's recent rulings in favor of employees and plaintiffs mistreated by the government. Legal experts said they do not see a fundamental change in the high court.
Always Watching: A federal judge in New York says the Department of Homeland Security doesn't have to reveal the location of surveillance cameras installed as part of the Lower Manhattan Security Initiative, The New York Law Journal reports. The New York Civil Liberties Union is the plaintiff in the Freedom of Information Act suit.