TARP Audit: The Venable law firm's billing practices are a prime focus of an audit report being released today on the Troubled Asset Relief Program. Our David Ingram gave an early peek at the details, which also highlight sloppy billing by other firms.
Goldman Sachs: Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) is promising to refer to the Justice Department claims that Goldman Sachs misled Congress about its behavior during the financial crisis. Criminal prosecution would be the goal, as we reported last night.
Drug Problem: States are going to unusual -- and possibly illegal -- lengths to obtain the drugs they need for the lethal injections that execute death row inmates, The New York Times reports.
Bonds Guilty: A San Francisco jury deadlocked on most counts but found Barry Bonds guilty on one court of obstruction of justice after more than three days of deliberations. The all-star defense team for the former Giants outfielder declared victory, according to sibling publication The Recorder.