'Standard Ruse': The FBI is giving new details about its arrest of accused Boston mob boss James 'Whitey' Bulger. Agents lured him from his apartment using "a standard ruse... nothing spectacular," The Boston Globe reports.
New Gitmo Lawyer: The Miami Herald reports on Army Brig. Gen. Mark Martins, who was named Thursday as the chief war crimes prosecutor at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. He was first in his class at West Point and a Rhodes Scholar before going to Harvard Law.
Libya Vote: The U.S. House is set to vote today on a measure to limit the funds for American operations in Libya, what The New York Times calls "an extraordinary and potentially bipartisan rebuke of a sitting president engaged in an active conflict abroad."
Next Microsoft Case?: The Wall Street Journal reports that the Federal Trade Commission may soon issue subpoenas to Google in an antitrust probe that will examine fundamental issues relating to Google's core search-advertising business.
Sheen's Ride: The Washington Post reports on how Charlie Sheen scored a last-minute escort from D.C. police to his April show in Washington.