Newspaper Roundup for Friday, July 26, 2013

July 26, 2013 - 7:29 AM

Washington Times:
Crisis in Kabul: Security at U.S. Embassy in disarray, diplomats at risk
In wake of Benghazi attack, internal probe finds Afghanistan posts vulnerable

Philly.com:
Sebelius recruits women to blog about health law

Chicago Sun-Times:
Cook County sheriffs seizing guns if Firearm Owner’s ID Card has been revoked

Politico:
Dems’ recess game plan: Push climate message

San Francisco Chronicle:
Oakland may ban 'tools of violence' from protests
Hammers, slingshots, clubs, wrenches, spray-paint cans, shields and other potentially destructive items

The Hill:
Bill would end tax break for firms selling junk food to kids

Politico:
CVS Caremark will help promote Obamacare

Politico:
DOJ to challenge SCOTUS decision

Washington Times:
Rep. Steve King: Young people smuggling drugs across border ‘every night’

The Hill:
Young immigrants deliver cantaloupes to Rep. King's office on Capitol Hill

New York Times:
HPV Vaccine Not Reaching Enough Girls, C.D.C. Says

New York Times:
U.S. Prison Populations Decline, Reflecting New Approach to Crime
Budgetary concerns cited

New York Times:
College Enrollment Falls as Economy Recovers

Politico:
Anthony Weiner: Up to 3 women since quitting

The Hill:
The FBI has flown drones ten times in US

New York Times:
Christie Cites 9/11 in Assailing Libertarian Trend in G.O.P.
Warns against those advocating a crackdown on the surveillance programs

The Hill:
Obama celebrates Ramadan: 'Islam has contributed to the character' of US

The Hill:
Nationals' Teddy Roosevelt mascot appears in ObamaCare video


Washington Times:
Obama’s economy: Two food stamp recipients for every job created

Washington Times:
Sen. Mitch McConnell has solid lead over challengers: poll

The Hill:
Movement to defund ObamaCare grows

USA Today:
Juror says Zimmerman 'got away with murder'

Politico:
FEC tweaks rules for married gay couples
They can now make joint federal campaign contributions from an individual bank acct.

The Hill:
Rep. Sensenbrenner: DOJ is legally justified in going after Texas

Fox News:
MERS virus may be deadlier than SARS, study finds

New York Post:
Fed-up Silda Spitzer plans to divorce Eliot Spitzer after election

Denver Post:
Jared Polis sues to stop fracking next to his Weld County property
Democratic lawmaker's war on drilling method hits home

New Hampshire Union Leader:
School bans praying mom from steps