Stormy: Almost a half-million households in the Washington area remain without electricity after a violent storm blew through the mid-Atlantic region on Friday night, The Washington Post reports. "For the most part, customers have been very understanding," Pepco spokeswoman Courtney Nogas said. "All storms are different and this weekend we had twice the number of outages than we did with Irene, and that was a hurricane. We really appreciate our customers being so patient."
Evenly: A Gallup poll released on Friday shows that Americans are evenly divided over the U.S. Supreme Court's health care decision on Thursday, Politico reports. Of the 1,012 adults surveyed, 46 percent agree with the ruling and 46 percent disagree with it.
Guilty: Peter Madoff, the brother of Bernard Madoff, pleaded guilty on Friday to several crimes, but said he didn't know about his sibling's Ponzi scheme, The New York Times reports. “I was in shock, and my world was destroyed,” said Peter Madoff, describing his reaction when his brother told him about the fraud in December 2008. “I always looked up to and admired him.”
Possibility: The Obama administration may transfer several Taliban detainees in the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to a prison in Afghanistan, The Associated Press reports. "The possibility is strong," for a transfer to Afghanistan that includes the five top figures, said Ismail Qasemyar, international relations adviser for the Afghan High Peace Council.