DOJ Penalty for BofA: Under an agreement announced by the Justice Department, a Bank of America Corp. unit will pay $20 million to resolve allegations that it wrongfully foreclosed upon active-duty service members, The Charlotte Observer reports.
Shaking Liability: The Wall Street Journal spotlights some of the losers in the rescues of Chrysler Group and General Motors Co., including car-accident victims who had won damages or had pending lawsuits before their bankruptcy filings.
Pursuing Dominique: The New York Times checks in on Cyrus Vance Jr., Manhattan's district attorney, who is pursuing a rape case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn just as his office failed to convict on felony charges two police officers charged with rape.
Death and Poetry: The Washington Post reports on a Bethesda, Md., murder investigation that's focused on a a Mexican-born businessman and poet.
Nancy's Brother: A state judge in Massachusetts has sentenced Mark Kerrigan to two and a half years in prison after he was convicted of assault and battery on his own father the night he died, The Boston Globe reports.