Unsolved Hijacking: The FBI told the New York Times on Monday that agents have the most reliable tip in years on a now-deceased suspect in the only unsolved hijacking case in U.S. history. The man, known as D.B. Cooper, parachuted from a plane he had hijacked in 1971 and was never heard from again.
Arbitration: The Wall Street Journal explores how banks are increasingly barring customers from going to court to resolve grievances and embracing mandatory arbitration instead.
Hackers: One of several teenagers arrested in recent months by British police in an ongoing investigation into hacking made an initial appearance in court on Monday. The BBC reports that the 18-year-old was released on bail.
No Contempt: The New York Law Journal reports that a judge has declined to hold the CIA in contempt for destroying videotapes that show agents questioning terror suspects using waterboarding and other interrogation techniques.
DREAM Act Defense: The Washington Post reports that a Maryland immigrant rights group filed a lawsuit Monday to bar a 2012 referendum on the DREAM Act, a new law that would give undocumented immigrants access to in-state college tuition rates. Opponents of the law organized a petition drive to send the law to a referendum.