No 'Recant': Judge Richard Posner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit explains how one innocuous sentence in his new book turned into a media examination of whether he "recanted" on voter ID laws, in New Republic.
Explosive Evidence: A trial starts today in the U.K. phone-hacking scandal related to Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper, AFP reports.
Not On Prime Time: The Washington Post turns to The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro to describe all the ways the U.S. Supreme Court's traditions trump new technology, compared to how the New Mexico Supreme Court's arguments were aired online last week.
It Could Be Worse: U.S. Senate historian Robert Baker puts current relations among senators in perspective, telling a crowd how duels and fistfights broke out on the Senate floor, the Times of Northwest Indiana reports.
NSA Protest: Protesters carried signs to Capitol Hill such as "Stop Mass Spying" and "Thank you, Edward Snowden" in a demonstration Saturday against the online surveillance by the National Security Agency, Reuters reports.