Southern Sweep: Rick Santorum wins primaries in Mississippi and Alabama, Mitt Romney takes Hawaii and American Samoa. As for Newt Gingrich, he may find it difficult to marshal the resources — and a rationale — to continue his campaign, The Washington Post reports.
Public Exit: Goldman Sachs executive Greg Smith’s resignation brings new attention to Wall Street’s culture, which he decried in an open diatribe, The New York Times reports.
Apple Info: The U.S. Federal Trade Commission subpoenaed Apple Inc. as part of its antitrust probe of Google Inc., seeking information on how the computer maker incorporates the search engine on the iPhone and iPad, Bloomberg reports.
ICC Verdict: The Hague international war crimes court found Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo guilty - the court’s first verdict after a decade of work limited largely to Africa while major cases in the Middle East and Asia remain beyond its reach, Reuters reports.
Let's Talk: AT&T is offering to discuss a settlement with an iPhone user who won a small-claims case that alleged the company was slowing down his "unlimited" data service. A law firm retained by AT&T Inc. also threatened in a letter dated Friday to shut off Matthew Spaccarelli's phone service if he doesn't sit down to talk, the Associated Press reports.