On Tape: In an unusual move, an execution carried out on Thursday by the state of Georgia was captured on video, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports
Hill's Plan: Anita Hill, best known for her testimony against U.S. Supreme Court then-nominee Clarence Thomas in 1991, is taking a position of counsel at the plaintiffs firm Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, The BLT reports.
Edwards' Fine: The Federal Election Commission on Thursday ordered former presidential candidate John Edwards of North Carolina to repay $2.3 million to the U.S. Treasury, mostly because of excessive matching money that his 2008 campaign accepted, The Washington Post reports.
DSK and the Novelist: The Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors in New York want to interview a French novelist as they continue their investigation into former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
Look for the Styrofoam: The New York Times reports that there is an increase in agriculture-related theft and other farm crimes in California.