WikiLeaks Records: The Wall Street Journal reports that, according to WikiLeaks, federal prosecutors obtained a judge's order for account records from WikiLeaks' Web hosting provider as part of an inquiry into the alleged unauthorized disclosure of government documents.
Now You See It: The New York Times reports on a 134-page decision on Wednesday from the New Jersey Supreme Court that could reshape the handling of eyewitness testimony in criminal cases nationwide.
Juice Fight: Pom Wonderful LLC is suing Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. for trademark infringement. Pom wants to go to trial in November. Ocean Spray wants to go to trial in 2012. The FTC is in the middle. The National Law Journal has the story.
Record Sentence?: Federal prosecutors want a sentence of 12 years and seven months for a former speaker of the Massachusetts House in what they say would be the most severe federal sentence ever in a political corruption case in the commonwealth, The Boston Globe reports.
Animals Knew: The Washington Post reports on the strange behavior of animals in the National Zoo just before Tuesday's earthquake.