Spectrum: The U.S. Justice Department on Friday called on the Federal Communications Commission to give small wireless companies the opportunity to obtain a fair amount of spectrum in the upcoming auction, Reuters reports. The DOJ's request is a setback for Verizon Communications Inc. and AT&T Inc. as they seek to acquire the airwaves.
Tax Cheats: New Carrollton, Md., is a hot spot for likely tax cheats, The Associated Press reports. The AP reviewed a study of Internal Revenue Service data that focused on small-business owners and sole proprietorships.
Changing Rules: Following setbacks in two spy cases, the U.S. Justice Department is taking steps to make it easier to prosecute foreign entities with no domestic presence, The Recorder reports.
'Failing' Courts: With some cases pending for more than five years, "Bronx courts are failing," The New York Times says in part one of a three-part series on the borough's struggling court system.