Hunt for Suspects: Boston Marathon bombing investigators on Wednesday entered the third day of their hunt with an emerging picture of the target: a suspect or suspects carrying heavy bags or backpacks made of dark nylon, Reuters reports.
No Admit, No Deny: A judge conditionally approved a settlement between the hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors and securities regulators that allows the firm to pay a $602 million fine to resolve a civil insider trading case without admitting any guilt, The New York Times reports, but he said he had serious concerns with the “neither admit nor deny” language contained in the agreement.
Smartphone Suit: The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal complaint Tuesday accusing the nation’s largest wireless carriers of “deceptive” business practices for failing to keep the software on tens of millions of Android smartphones updated, the Washington Post reports.
Ricin Letter: Police have a suspect in mind as they investigate a letter mailed to Sen. Roger Wicker that tested positive for poisonous ricin, the Associated Press reports.
Abortion Trial: The trial of abortion provider Dr. Kermit Gosnell for eight counts of murder is underway in Philadelphia, with testimony yesterday from relatives of a patient that died, CNN reports.