Holder Staying: U.S Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. said he plans to stay on the job "well into 2014," The Washington Post reports. "If you had asked me that six months ago, I'm not sure I would have given you that answer," Holder said. "I think I probably would have come up with a shorter time frame. But given the issues that I want to focus on and given the condition that they're in, I think that staying into 2014 is necessary, but also something that I want to do."
Geithner Landing: Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is joining private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC, The Associated Press reports. Geithner will be its president and managing director starting March 1.
Russian Spying: U.S. spy agencies quietly have been pushing the U.S. State Department not to allow Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, to build Global Positioning System monitor stations in the United States, citing fears that the systems could help Russia spy on the United States, The New York Times reports.