The Justice Department is suing the world's largest credit agency, S&P, claiming that the company gave its highest rating to financial packages made up of mortgages even though the company knew the investments were risky. NBC's Pete Williams reports. (Nightly News)
Washington State's new law makes it legal for adults to possess up to one ounce of marijuana, but some speculate the federal government will prosecute those who use marijuana on federal land because federal law prohibits marijuana use. NBC's Kristen Dahlgren reports. (Nightly News)
As Congress looks for ways to cut the federal budget, some think they've found one place to start -- the high cost of what people eat at Department of Justice conferences. A new report just out found examples that will surprise you. NBC's Pete Williams has more.