"Jared Loughner to plead guilty in Tucson shooting, sources say; Mental health officials reportedly believe he is now competent to understand the charges in the killing of six people and wounding of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others in Tucson last year":
Richard A. Serrano of The Los Angeles Times has this news update
And The Associated Press has a report headlined "AP Source: Loughner would get life in shooting."
Update: In other coverage, Reuters reports that "Loughner to plead guilty in Arizona shooting spree."
"Appeals court rules for Inquirer in defamation case":
In today's edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Chris Mondics has an article
that begins, "In a ruling in a defamation lawsuit against The Inquirer, a federal appeals court in Philadelphia found that linking to an allegedly defamatory article on the Internet does not by itself expose a publisher to charges of libel."
You can access the recent ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit at this link.
"Words Mean Things: Antonin Scalia teams up with David Foster Wallace's favorite lexicographer for a revealing look at how judges read laws."
Scott Korb has this book review
online at Slate.