Warrant Issued: The International Criminal Court today issued an arrest warrant for Moammar Gadhafi on charges of devising the arrest, imprisonment and killing of hundreds of civilians. The court in The Hague also issued warrant for Gadhafi's son and intelligence chief.
Heralding Equality: Lawyers in New York this weekend celebrated passage of the state's marriage equality measure, The New York Law Journal reports. The New York Times reports today on the national movement to legalize same-sex marriage. Gay rights could become a political wedge issue in the 2012 elections.
Scrutinizing the Court: The Senate Judiciary Committee this week is scheduled to examine recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on class actions, arbitration and securities litigation.
Feuding Justices: The Journal Sentinel of Milwaukee reports on allegations that a Wisconsin state Supreme Court justice put a fellow jurist in a chokehold during a dispute this month. "The facts are that I was demanding that he get out of my office and he put his hands around my neck in anger in a chokehold," Justice Ann Walsh Bradley said, describing the encounter with Justice David Prosser. The Journal Sentinel reported other sources said Bradley charged Prosser, who put his hands up in self defense.
'Spy Girls': Two widows who met and became close in retirement in Northern Virginia share a bond: both women were spies decades ago. The Washington Post has the story.
Preventing Attacks: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security today plans to release guidance to help better design software against computer hacking. The system will include a list of the top 25 programming errors that enable attacks, The New York Times reports.