Blocked: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor ended 2013 with a one-two punch, temporarily blocking enforcement of the healthcare law's contraception coverage provision for certain religious groups before helping to lead the new year's eve countdown. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Renoir: New court documents are filling in the lines of a dispute over ownership of an 1879 by Renoir. The Washington Post reports on the legal battle between the the Baltimore Museum of Art, which says the piece was stolen decades ago, and a local woman who says she rightfully bought the painting at a flea market.
FCPA: The Recorder reports Hewlett-Packard Co. may be close to settling Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission, according to its annual report.
Bangladesh: Warrants were issued this week for the arrest of the owners of a garment factory in Bangladesh where more than 100 workers were killed in a fire in November 2012. The Wall Street Journal has the story.
Immigration: The New York Times reports Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) ha signaled he may be open to limited immigration reform in 2014.