WikiLeaks: A military judge acquitted Pfc. Bradley Manning on charges of aiding the enemy, but he was convicted on six counts of violating the Espionage Act of 1917. Manning is the source behind the thousands of military documents leaked to WikiLeaks. The New York Times reports.
Warrantless: Authorities do not need a warrant for cell phone location data, a New Orleans federal appeals court has ruled. The opinion overturns a trial judge who said that the public is protected by the Fourth Amendment. The National Law Journal's Mike Scarcella reports.
Declassify: The Obama administration will declassify an order that Verizon Communications turn over millions of Americans' phone records to the National Security Agency. This is ahead of a 9 a.m. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. The Washington Post reports.
Beautiful People: The Hill released its 10th anniversary ranking of the most beautiful people. Among those eligible for the first time are executive branch and White House employees. However, none of your loyal National Law Journal scribes made the list.