Now It's Their Turn: Democrats opened their convention in Charlotte with a wide-ranging appeal to the diverse constituencies and interests they must bring out in force to reelect the president, the Washington Post reports.
Libor Suits: The attorneys general in Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and Connecticut have all been examining how much their states may have lost as a result of suspected manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, looking at bringing wide-ranging lawsuits on behalf of their states, The New York Times reports.
Cuts Coming: U.S. defense companies are bracing for additional cuts in Pentagon spending, even if Congress reaches a deal to avert a controversial $500 billion across-the-board budget cut due to go into effect in January, Reuters reports.
Did He or Didn't He?: After years of speculation, national media attention and more than a month of testimony, allegations that Drew Peterson murdered his third wife are finally expected to go to a jury Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.
On Trial: Former Porsche SE Chief Financial Officer Holger Haerter denied allegations he misled a bank when the automaker refinanced a 10 billion-euro loan ($12.5 billion) in 2009 before the opening of his trial in Stuttgart, Germany, Bloomberg reports.