Labor Blow: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law far-reaching "right to work" legislation on Tuesday that could cripple the power of organized labor in a state that was once a hub of union might, the Washington Post reports.
Libor Probe: American and British authorities are shifting to an aggressive new phase in their broad investigation of interest-rate manipulation as they identify potential criminal targets. In a predawn raid, police took three men into custody at their homes on the outskirts of London, The New York Times reports.
Whale of a Loss: JPMorgan Chase & Co. was pressed by U.S. regulators to strengthen investor disclosures on proprietary trading almost a year before a wrong-way bet on credit derivatives cost the bank at least $6.2 billion, Bloomberg reports.
Mall Shooting: A gunman opened fire at a mall in Oregon, leaving three dead, including the shooter, who police say killed himself, the Associated Press reports.