Notable stories from around the Web that we're reading this morning.

1) Will cheap bus lines get kicked to the curb? Drexel University owns the land where Megabus and BoltBus pick up and disgorge passengers near 30th Street Station. And the school has big plans for those blocks. It wants the bus stops gone. Ryan Briggs has the story for CityPaper.net.

2) The Wall Street takeover of charity. It's a tax game, writes ProPublica. Investors who had a particularly good year can make a big donation to a donor-advised fund and lower their taxes. But charities might have to wait while the money sits in the account for years.

3) Inside the Koch data mine. Politico introduces readers to the guys building the right's new political machine.

4) Marcellus Shale drillers agree to pay workers $4.5 million in withheld overtime. More than 5,300 workers in West Virginia and Pennsylvania will collect from Chesapeake Energy, Citrus Energy and Anadarko Petroleum, reports Marie Cusick for StateImpact. 
5) Psychologist Linked to CIA Torture: "I'm Caught in Some Kafka Novel." And Vice.com scores an exclusive video interview with retired Air Force psychologist James Mitchell, an agency contractor who — according to news reports — personally waterboarded alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. (The Senate report does not identify Mitchell by name.)

- Sam Wood