Justice Kennedy's Legacy: Long saddled with the label of "swing vote," U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has a new moniker that will travel with him into history: the court's strongest champion of gay rights. Tony Mauro reports that Kennedy's place in history is certain, but explaining why he's been so fearless and prominent on gay rights is less obvious.
High Court Funnies: Marcia Coyle takes a look back at some of the lighter moments that marked the most recent U.S. Supreme Court term.
Securities Enforcers: Jenna Greene profiles George Canellos and Andrew Ceresney, the new co-directors of the Enforcement Division at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. She also reports on other key new hires at the agency.
U.S. Drops Bomb in Lease Fight: Zoe Tillman explores a recent eminent domain case in Washington federal court that pitted the federal government against its landlord over a downtown office building. Local attorneys said the case illustrated the significant upper hand the government has as a tenant.