Surveillance: The White House released a 303-page report yesterday detailing recommendations for reforming U.S. surveillance efforts. Legal Times' Mike Scarcella reports.
Delay: The Washington Post reports federal prosecutors agreed to delay bringing criminal charges against Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife after the couple's lawyers made a face-to-face appeal to top officials in Washington.
Bills: Lawyers for David Nosal, the former executive recruiter convicted of computer crimes and stealing trade secrets, are fighting prosecutors' efforts to have Nosal pay his ex-employer's legal bills. The Recorder has the story.
Target Targeted: Retail giant Target says that as many as 40 million credit and debit card accounts may have been exposed during a data breach, according to the Associated Press.
Clemency: President Vladimir Putin announced yesterday that he was considering a clemency request from a former oil tycoon jailed for more than 10 years. The New York Times has the story.