Holder's high-wire act: Todd Ruger and Mike Scarcella explore Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.'s role in this year's presidential election. Cabinet officials aren't supposed to go on the campaign trail lest they violate federal law preventing such activities, but lawyers note that they can serve a more subtle purpose in advancing and advising on policy for the White House.
The obesity problem is growing: As obesity rates continue to rise in the United States, Leigh Jones reports that employers are bracing for more claims in light of recent court decisions indicating a growing acceptance of obesity as a condition covered by the Americans With Disabilities Act.
A light on lobbyists: Andrew Ramonas takes a look at Senate campaigns where candidates are under attack for ties to lobby groups.
White House visitor log access debated: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit is weighing whether certain White House visitor logs are "agency records" subject to public review. Mike Scarcella has the story.