Walker Survives: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survived a recall effort that turned the Republican into a conservative icon and his state into the first battleground in a bitter, expensive election year, the Washington Post reports.
Promoted: Fannie Mae on Tuesday chose its general counsel Timothy J. Mayopoulos, who was ousted in a shake-up at Bank of America at the height of the financial crisis, to be its next chief executive, The New York Times reports.
Facebook Whispers: In the aftermath of the Facebook IPO, investor outrage - and lawsuits - have focused on "whisper" estimates of future results that underwriters shared only with some clients. Some lawyers say the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, which President Barack Obama signed into law in early April, may provide relief, according to Reuters.
Happy Days: A judge on Tuesday refused to throw out a case filed by four cast members from the hit 1970s television show "Happy Days," who are suing to recover money from merchandise they claimed they have never received, CNN reports.
Jury Duty: Most of the men and women who may render a verdict in Jerry Sandusky's child sexual abuse case have been chosen, and their ranks reflect the strong role Penn State plays in its surrounding community, the Associated Press reports.