Rescuing Greece: European Union leaders have agreed to a $172.1 billion rescue deal for Greece, following more than 12 hours of negotiations, The Wall Street Journal reports. The nation's creditors are expected to take big losses in order to help avoid a default.
Reservation Prosecutions: Violent crime rates on the nation's Indian reservations are more than double the national average, but The New York Times reports that new data showing a low rate of prosecutions is a source of controversy among tribes.
Statistical Mishmash: The Washington Post explores the raw data behind the District's unusually high rate of homicide case closures last year.
Strauss-Kahn Suspected: The BBC reports that former International Monetary Fund president Dominique Strauss-Kahn is being questioned by police investigating a suspected prostitution ring.
Preparing for 2016: Police officials in Rio de Janeiro are pushing for reform as the city prepares to host the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016, The Christian Science Monitor reports. The efforts are aimed at curbing law enforcement's reliance on violence.