DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

The TSA labor saga comes to a conclusion
Swampland's Adam Sorensen looks at the end to a standoff over labor rights within the TSA.

Guantanamo highlights U.S. detention policy
The death of a detainee at the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, underscores the harsh detention policies of the United States, Glenn Greenwald says.

GOP gets specific on budget cuts
The Corner's Andrew Stiles examines Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) new spending proposals on specific items.

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Senate split on Patriot Act extension
There's a three-way split in the Senate over how to best extend the expiring provisions of the Patriot Act, The Hill's Pete Kasperowicz writes.

A day begun on edge ends quietly
Protests in Egypt were less violent on Friday as President Hosni Mubarak determines how to proceed, the New York Times reports.

At 100, Reagan casts shadow over GOP
The Washington Post looks at how Ronald Regan's legacy still informs much of today's Republican Party.

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