Legal responses to 9/11 still in flux: Tony Mauro reports on changes to the U.S. legal system since Sept. 11.
"And then the whole thing just blew up": Defense Department lawyers in the Pentagon on Sept. 11 look back at the attack. David Ingram reports.
The big federal gamble: Andrew Ramonas reports that Congress will be weighing several gambling-related bills this fall. Most of the measures concern Internet gambling or American Indian gambling facilities located outside of a tribe's reservation.
No state, no contract: A northern Cyprus hotel owner sued Julio Iglesias’ talent agency for cancelling a concert with the singer in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which only Turkey recognizes as a sovereign nation. The agency now has filed its own suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, saying the contract isn’t valid because Northern Cyprus is a nonrecognized foreign entity. Zoe Tillman reports.
How similar is too similar?: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will decide whether an earlier suit filed against Sallie Mae bars a whistleblower action. Mike Scarcella reports.