Bail ruling: A judge in South Africa is soon expected to announce whether Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius can be free pending trial on charges he fatally shot his girlfriend.
Shifting: The Washington Post reports today: "The head of the nation’s largest trade group for the specialty pharmacies known as compounders said he will support legislation requiring pharmacies that operate like drug manufacturers to register with the Food and Drug Administration and be subject to stricter standards enforced by the agency."
No recusal: A federal trial judge in New York won't recuse from hearing a high-profile hacking case, The New York Law Journal reports.
Charged: Four former executives at the shuttered Peanut Corporation of America are accused of deceiving FDA officials and consumers about the presence of salmonella in products.
A 'posh' send-off: John Kiriakou, a former CIA officer, will report to prison next Thursday after his conviction of publicly disclosing classified information. The Washington Post was on hand yesterday for Kiriakou's send-off.
Ethics suit: "Upping the ante in their fight over class action ethics, two Bay Area attorneys have sued one of the state's largest plaintiff shops, alleging that it's a vehicle for hiding assets from their $20 million fraud suit," The Recorder reports.
Closing time: The pope's Twitter account will close when he leaves office, Vatican Radio reports.