Perp Walk of Shame: Does allowing the press to take photos of a defendant undermine the presumption of innocence or allow the public greater access to the judicial system? Mike Scarcella reports.
An Instant Power Play: Jenna Greene reports on the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau which will open for business at the end of the month. But the agency charged with protecting consumers from unfair, deceptive or abusive practices is not without its fair share of critics.
For Toyota, a Point of Venue: Los Angeles County, Calif., Superior Court Judge Anthony Mohr has yet to decide the venue for the automaker's mass tort litigation. Billions in insurance company claims hang in the balance. Amanda Bronstad reports.
Distressed Property: Zoe Tillman reports on one of the largest hotel owners in the U.S. that is suing its longtime broker, Molinaro Koger Inc., accusing the broker of orchestrating a complex hotel-flipping scheme that cost it millions.