Oops, He Did it Again: Anthony D. Weiner's campaign for mayor was engulfed on Tuesday by a new scandal involving explicit online messages, The New York Times reports. Weiner acknowledged that his habit of sending sexual images and text messages to female fans had continued for more than a year after he left Congress.
Get Out of Jail Free?: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy is in a position to decide - again - whether California's overcrowded prisons must release more than 9,000 inmates by the end of this year, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Postage Paid: Lawyers for disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong said on Tuesday he should be able to keep the sponsorship money he got from the U.S. Postal Service during his record-breaking victories, despite his admission to using performance-enhancing drugs, Reuters reports.
Charges Dropped: When three pit bulls attacked a young boy on the street outside Ben Srigley’s Northwest Washington home in January, he shot and killed one of the dogs. Srigley legally bought the handgun in Virginia but failed to register it in the District, making him a criminal, the Washington Post reports. Yesterday, the gun charges were dropped.
Scapegoat: Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. vice president facing civil fraud claims over a mortgage bond debacle takes the stand today. Some predict he’ll say he’s a scapegoat who was only trying to do his best for the firm, Bloomberg reports.