Drones: President Obama is expected to announce in a speech Thursday that the U.S. will be restricting the use of unmanned drones. The announcement comes a day after it was revealed that four Americans were killed outside of Iraq and Afghanistan by drones. The New York Times reports.
Judicial Review: Washington's federal district court will have to review hundreds of arrest and warrant dockets after it was discovered this week that the clerk's office failed to publicly file an unsealed warrant document in a high-profile government leak case. Our own Zoe Tillman reports.
Tornado: The Oklahoma attorney general is already cracking down on price gouging, identity theft and charitable fraud in the wake of the deadly tornado. More than 30 investigators have descended on the town of Moore. Our own Jenna Greene reports.
Boston: A Chechen man with ties to one of the Boston bomber suspects was killed in an encounter with the FBI at his Orlando apartment. The man had suspected ties to Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the suspect who was killed in a shootout with police in Watertown, Mass. The FBI was questioning the man about a triple homicide in Waltham. The Washington Post reports.
London: A British soldier was hacked to death by suspected Islamic extremists in London. Police shot the two suspects who were taken to hospitals and into custody. Reuters reports.