Life on the Lam: Federal authorities offered more details into what life was like on the run for James "Whitey" Bulger and his longtime companion, Catherine Greig, during Greig's bail hearing yesterday, the Boston Globe reports. An FBI agent testified that they used at least 15 aliases and stocked firearms behind the walls.
WikiLeaks: The Associated Press reports that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was back in a London court Monday as part of his fight against extradition to Sweden on rape and molestation charges.
Asylum Fraud: Immigration lawyers and other officials weigh in to the New York Times on the history and extent of fraud in asylum applications.
News Corp. Litigation: Plaintiffs' attorneys in a shareholder derivative suit against News Corporation filed an amended complaint yesterday, citing the latest phone-hacking scandal as further proof that the company breached its responsibilities to shareholders. AmLaw Litigation Daily has the story.
SEC Suit: A Manhattan federal judge has ruled that a former Goldman Sachs board member can proceed with a lawsuit accusing the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission of unfairly singling him out in its insider trading investigations, the Washington Post reports.