Whoops: The Washington Post reports that the U.S. government accidentally gave the American Civil Liberties Union a classified document about how it determines who are the most dangerous detainees in Afghanistan.
Don't Ask: The Justice Department wants an "orderly process" for reversing the military's ban on gays and lesbians serving openly, and as The Recorder reports, it's asking the 9th Circuit to allow the military to continue the policy for now.
Do Over: Citizens of foreign countries who won a flawed U.S. visa lottery have lost their legal fight to validate the lottery's results, meaning the State Department will hold a new drawing, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Hill Battle: The National Law Journal reports on Elizabeth Warren's latest testimony before House Republicans skeptical of her new federal agency.
New Subpoena: As expected, a House subcommittee voted on Thursday to authorize a subpoena of administration documents related to a federal loan guarantee for California solar company Solyndra, Bloomberg reports.
Sunday Court: The New York Times talks to some of the state judges who plan to work on Sunday, July 24, in New York to be available to marry same-sex couples.