Newspaper Roundup for Friday, May 10, 2013

May 10, 2013 - 9:33 AM

The Hill:
Report: State Department heavily edited Benghazi talking points
Victoria Nuland urged elimination of paragraph that could be used to 'beat up the State Dept.'

Politico:
Democratic strategist: Party 'in decline'
Expects trouble when Obama leaves office

Washington Times:
Pro-life lawmakers question states on abortion clinic regulations

The Hill:
Cruz: Homeland Security has its mind made up on border security

USA Today:
Sister of Boston boy killed in bombing has 11th surgery

Politico:
McCarthy's nomination in doubt, angering Democrats

Washington Times:
Education Dept. eliminates ‘father,’ ‘mother’ from student aid forms

Politico:
White House, Hill press military on sexual assaults

Fox News:
North Korea calls US-South Korea summit a preparation for war

Washington Times:
Senators kill amendments tied to bill on immigration; border security issue put on back burner

Fox News:
Oregon smokejumpers skydive into illegal pot garden

Politico:
Douglas Brinkley: 'Biden can give Hillary Clinton a run for her money'

Seattle Times:
UW student group suggests tuition increase to fund faculty raises

Politico:
Chris Christie: ‘I’m a damn good Republican’

Politico:
Idaho in health exchange 'scramble'

Washington Times:
North Korea releases details of why American was sentenced to hard labor

New York Times:
NYC to Begin Distributing Storm Aid This Summer

The Hill:
Bill would require lawmakers be told of 'kill/capture' missions

New York Times:
Citrus Disease With No Cure Is Ravaging Florida Groves