Updated at 1:05 p.m.
Credit: The world's central banks agreed on measures to prevent the European debt crisis from squeezing lending, The Washington Post reports. The news sent the Dow up more than 490 points yesterday.
Blago: Federal prosecutors in Illinois are asking a U.S. District Judge to sentence former Gov. Rod Blagojevich to 15-20 years, the Chicago Tribune reports. Wrote the prosecution: "Blagojevich has done his best to undermine the legitimacy of the proceedings against him in this case, further demonstrating he does not respect the rule of law."
Threat: Failed Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. still poses a threat to public safety, prosecutors said Wednesday. The Blog of Legal Times' Mike Scarcella reports.
Conflict: Fox News host Greta Van Sustren has been criticized for her ties to presidential candidate Herman Cain, the New York Times reports. Sustren's husband, Washington-lawyer John Coale is friends with Cain.
Election Map: The Texas Attorney General has asked the Supreme Court to block the congressional district map drawn by a three-judge panel, the Associated Press reports.