Attacker 'Probably Insane': The BBC reports that the attorney for Anders Behring Breivek, who has admitted to carrying out the mass killing in Norway last week, says his client is "probably insane," but that it is too early to say whether Breivek will plead insanity.
Retrial Request: Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich filed a request Monday for a retrial, accusing U.S. District Judge James Zagel of being biased against him, the Chicago Tribune reports. Blagojevich was convicted of wire fraud, bribery, attempted extortion and conspiracy.
Prosecution Postponed: The Washington Post reports that a judge in Egypt has postponed the trial for a former Egyptian minister charged in connection with the killing of nearly 900 protesters during the popular uprising earlier this year. The postponement has raised doubts about the willingness of authorities to prosecute such cases.
Law Challenged: One day after New York's Marriage Equality Law went into effect, opponents of same-sex unions have filed a lawsuit challenging the new law's legality. The New York Law Journal has the story.
BP Fund Oversight: The New York Times reports that lawyers suing BP over last year's oil spill have asked a judge to take over oversight of the $20 billion compensation fund, calling its administration to date an "abject failure."