Lobbying for Libya: The Boston Globe reports on the results of an internal investigation at the Monitor Group, a Massachusetts company that tried to bolster the image of Moammar Khadafy and Libya. Covington & Burling is handling the inquiry, which found that the company should have been registered with the U.S. government.
New Angle to Trading Probe: The Wall Street Journal reports that federal prosecutors in Manhattan are examining trades made in an account overseen by Steven Cohen, a hedge-fund titan. A broader investigation of SAC Capital Advisors has been going on for two years, the newspaper reports.
War Crimes Alleged: The Washington Post previews a new report from Amnesty International alleging that the Libyan army committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the besieged rebel-held city of Misurata by deliberately targeting and killing civilians.
Charity Tax Probe: A Los Angeles-based spiritual organization known as the Kabbalah Centre, which mingles ancient Jewish mysticism with the glamour of celebrity devotees including Madonna, is the focus of a federal tax evasion investigation, the Los Angeles Times reports.