Criminal Case Review: The Justice Department and the FBI have launched a review of thousands of criminal cases to determine whether any defendants were wrongly convicted or deserve a new trial because of flawed forensic evidence, the Washington Post reports.
Charm City Charge: Baltimore has been leading a battle in Manhattan federal court against the banks that determine the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, which serves as a benchmark for global borrowing and stands at the center of the latest banking scandal, The New York Times reports.
Collusion: As Chesapeake Energy and Encana face antitrust investigations, emails reviewed by Reuters indicate that top executives of the two rivals shared sensitive information that gave Chesapeake the upper hand in deals with Michigan land owners. The story is here.
Porn Piracy - Or Not: It's a common tactic for pornography producers trying to protect their product from online piracy: They sue unknown "John Does" who illegally download movies, then go to Internet providers to learn their true identities and collect. A Kentucky woman is fighting back, suing the five porn companies that targeted her, the Associated Press reports.
Courtroom Collapse: The death last month of a 53-year-old former investment banker who collapsed in an Arizona courtroom, minutes after a jury found him guilty of torching his palatial Phoenix estate, appears to have been a suicide, CNN reports.