American in Yemen: The New York Times reports that a missile fired from an American drone aircraft in Yemen has killed Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical American-born cleric who was a leading figure in al Qaeda's affiliate there.
Epic Term?: USA Today previews the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term and makes the case that the justices "could roil debate in the 2012 presidential election campaign" over health care, immigration and other issues.
Beyond Arizona: Lawyers at the U.S. Justice Department are reviewing four new state immigration laws to determine whether to challenge them in court, in what law professor Jonathan Turley calls a very aggressive approach in The Washington Post.
Slaughtering and Antitrust Law: More than half a million cows have been slaughtered in order to raise the price of milk in the United States, two new class-action lawsuits allege as reported in The National Law Journal.
Drugs on the Job: The Wall Street Journal reports on the raid of a Boeing Co. plant in Pennsylvania where employees allegedly bought and sold prescription drugs to take while working.