Risky business: Lawyers are bracing themselves for fallout from JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s recent $2 billion trading loss, which is expected to include a litany of regulatory and Capitol Hill investigations. Jenna Greene and Todd Ruger have the story.
Spying accusations: Amanda Bronstad reports on a group of new lawsuits accusing cellphone service companies and a company that makes tracking software of violating the Federal Wiretap Act and additional privacy and consumer laws.
Decision time: With oral arguments over, Tony Mauro reports that the Supreme Court justices are likely feeling the pressure as they hole up with their clerks, churning out draft opinions in pending cases with an internal deadline of June 1.
The crux of Clemens case: Mike Scarcella offers a play-by-play of the testimony last week from Brian McNamee, the chief prosecution witness in the government's case against former baseball star Roger Clemens.