Hoping: The Obama administration's best hope to save its signature healthcare law is Justice Anthony Kennedy, Adam Liptak of The New York Times reports. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr.'s closing remarks in the high court this week were targeted to Kennedy. The Wall Street Journal's Jess Bravin examines the role Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. will play in the discussion of the validity of the law.
Losing: A federal judge in Massachusetts this week refused to dismiss a suit against the government that claims the authorities seized electronics from a man who supports Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of disclosing classified information to WikiLeaks. The National Law Journal's Sheri Qualters said the trial judge determined the plaintiff, David House, has alleged sufficient facts to allow the suit to proceed.
Recruiting: Federal authorities in Virginia said they have dismantled a child prostitution ring, charging five gang members who allegedly recruited teenage girls via Facebook, Reuters' Jeremy Pelofsky reports.
Running and Hiding: In the nine years he was on the run, Osama bin Laden had four children and sought shelter in five safe houses, The New York Times' Declan Walsh writes. The testimony of one of bin Laden's wives has provided the most detailed account yet of the Al Qaeda leader's life. Bin Laden was killed in May 2011.
Winning: The estimated jackpot of tonight's Mega Millions lottery game is now at $540 million, the largest ever in U.S. history. Lottery agents in New York were selling 1.3 million tickets per hour yesterday. The cash option: about $390 million. Before taxes, of course. The Associated Press crunches the odds. Good luck tonight.