Mueller Staying: The Associated Press reports on some of the backstory to Robert Mueller's possibly staying on at the FBI, including the suggestion that he was offered another two years only a couple days ago.
Signature Trump: Donald Trump has aggressively marketed several luxury high-rises as “Trump properties” or “signature Trump” buildings in recent years, but buyers tell The New York Times that when three of the planned buildings encountered financial trouble, it became clear that Mr. Trump had essentially rented his name to the developments.
Running Again: U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) says he's running for president, The Associated Press reports. “Time has come around to the point where the people are agreeing with much of what I’ve been saying for 30 years. So, I think the time is right,” he said.
Legal Aid Cutbacks: After recent congressional cuts, Idaho Legal Aid Services says it is implementing forced days off without pay in nine of its offices and is not ruling out layoffs, The Associated Press reports.
Website Death Penalty?: The technology site CNET.com reports on legislation to protect the intellectual property of Websites, including a process that CNET.com calls "an Internet death penalty."