Clear Out: New York police began clearing out Zuccotti Park - the "nexus" of the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations - overnight, arresting dozens, the New York Times reports. Lawyers for the group filed for a temporary restraining order to stop any further evictions; a hearing is set for Tuesday.
Here We Go: The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it would consider the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle has more.
Speaking Out: Former Pennsylvania State University coach Jerry Sandusky told NBC News' Bob Costas Monday night that while he did shower with boys, he never molested anyone. The Philadelphia Inquirer also reports on how Sandusky's arrest has affected his former charity, the Second Mile.
Rejected: NBA players rejected the league's latest offer and began disbanding their union yesterday. The Wall Street Journal reports that disbanding the union would allow the players to bring an antitrust lawsuit against the league.
To the Tape: Prosecutors released audio recordings of the tapped phone calls that captured former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson and his wife, former Councilwoman Leslie Johnson, frantically trying to hide cash and checks just before they were charged with corruption and evidence tampering. The Gazette has the story.