Budget Day: President Barack Obama plans to release his $3.8 trillion budget proposal today, including $100 billion for a jobs program. The Washington Post's story is here.
Moving Day: The bulk of White & Case's U.K. banking practice is leaving for Latham & Watkins, according to this report from Law.com.
The OPR Report: The report by internal U.S. Justice Department watchdogs looking at the drafting of the so-called torture memos is set to accuse to Bush administration lawyers of "poor judgment," according to multiple reports from over the weekend. Such a finding would stop short of what many anti-torture activists are looking for — disbarment.
Stolen Cargo: Truckloads containing $487 million of goods were stolen in the U.S. in 2009, a 67% increase over what was swiped a year earlier, The Wall Street Journal reports. But don't blame organized crime for the increase: the current thefts "are generally nonviolent and typically happen at rest stops when the driver is away from the truck and eating or showering," according to industry officials and police.
Woolworth's Sit-ins: A new civil rights museum opens today in Greensboro, N.C., commemorating the lunch-counter sit-ins protesting segregation. Here's a New York Times review, and here's some local coverage.