SUPREME COURT MEMO
By ADAM LIPTAK
If, as expected, the Supreme Court agrees to be the final arbiter on President Obama’s health care law, it will face the question of what the government can force people to do.
By ERIC DASH
Facing a reaction from an angry public and heightened scrutiny from regulators, banks are turning to all sorts of fees that fly under the radar.
By A.G. SULZBERGER
Hispanics are arriving in numbers large enough to offset the decline in the white population in many of the smallest communities in the heartland.