Lockerbie Bomber: The only person convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, has died at 60, The New York Times reports. Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi had been living in Libya since 2009, when Scotland released him on humanitarian grounds, saying he was close to death with cancer.
Coming to America: Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese activist at the center of a diplomatic dispute between China and the United States, arrived in the United States on Saturday. The Washington Post examines the negotiations that made his departure from China possible.
Summit Arrests: Police last weekend arrested dozens of anti-war demonstrators in Chicago, as world leaders met in the city for the first two days of a NATO summit, the Chicago Tribune reports. Several protesters and police officers were injured.
Malpractice Suit: Dewey & LeBoeuf in February quietly settled a malpractice suit against it by state insurance regulators who claimed that predecessor firm LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae had a role in a scheme to push General American Life Insurance Co. into insolvency and the hands of LeBouef Lamb client MetLife Inc. The Am Law Daily explores whether the suit fueled Dewey's financial woes.