Law Firm Advocates: Leaders of Richmond's five largest law firms are urging the city's Circuit Court judges to do what the General Assembly would not: appoint an openly gay man to the bench, the Washington Post reports.
Apple in Court: Apple has spent nearly three years fighting its rivals in a global smartphone patent war. Now, setbacks in two key U.S. court cases make it clear why a drawn-out battle could be bad news for the iPhone maker, Reuters reports.
Perjury Charges: George Zimmerman's wife was arrested Tuesday afternoon for allegedly lying at his bond hearing about the couple's finances, CNN reports.
Beyond Dot.com: Proposals for Internet addresses ending in ".pizza," ".space" and ".auto" are among the nearly 2,000 submitted as part of the largest expansion in the online address system. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers announced the proposals at a news conference in London on Wednesday, according to the Associated Press.
Inside Goldman: The monthlong trial of former Goldman Sachs board member Rajat K. Gupta, which begins closing arguments on Wednesday, has delivered on its promise to shed light on how the Wall Street investment bank conducted its business, The New York Times reports.