Libor Suit: Freddie Mac sued Bank of America Corp., UBS AG, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and a dozen other banks over alleged manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, saying the mortgage financier suffered substantial losses as a result of the companies' conduct, Bloomberg reports.
International Trolls: The advent of state-sponsored intellectual property dealers adds a fresh geopolitical element to the debate about patent trolls and how to protect legitimate inventions without stifling innovation, Reuters reports.
Teen Shooting: Loudoun County sheriff’s officials are reviewing 911 calls and interviewing friends of the teenager who was shot to death after he accidentally entered a neighbor’s home over the weekend, considering whether to file charges against the shooter, the Washington Post reports.
Wrongful Conviction: David Ranta was convicted in May 1991 for murdering a rabbi and sentenced to 37.5 years in maximum-security prison, where he remains to this day. The New York Times takes a close look at his case, concluding that is almost certainly not guilty.
Obama in Israel: President Obama makes his first trip to Israel as president, telling the Israeli people that the "United States is proud to stand with you as your strongest ally and your greatest friend," CNN reports.