Strauss-Kahn's Arrest: Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn tried to claim diplomatic immunity when he was detained in May at JFK airport, Bloomberg reports, citing a filing by Manhattan prosecutors.
Labor Lawsuit: Trade groups representing the restaurant industry are suing the U.S. Labor Department for allegedly not allowing them to comment on new rules governing the way restaurants pay their employees, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Reading Miranda: Police must consider a juvenile suspect's age in deciding whether the child is in custody and must be given Miranda warnings, a divided Supreme Court ruled on Thursday. Click here for The National Law Journal's report.
Robo-Calls Case: Maryland state prosecutors are accusing an aide to former governor Robert Ehrlich Jr. (R) and a campaign consultant of orchestrating tens of thousands of anonymous election-night robo-calls as part of a larger attempt to suppress the black vote, The Washington Post reports.
The 18 1/2 Minute Gap: The New York Times reports on a forensic investigation into the White House notes of former Nixon chief of staff H. R. Haldeman.