Newspaper Roundup for Monday, April 12, 2010
April 12, 2010 - 6:05 AM
Federal official coming to S.C. Monday to discuss childhood obesity
Battle-weary House Dems eye short weeks, easy votes ahead of election
Senate Dems plan a busy schedule as SCOTUS debate looms
New York Times:
Agenda of Nuclear Talks Omits a New Threat
Accelerated production in Pakistan translates into much increased risk
GAO: Postal Service business 'not viable'
Orszag: CBO lowballs savings from Obama's healthcare reform
San Francisco Chronicle:
Health reform may alter high-risk pools
Los Angeles Times:
Crime investigations sit idle as LAPD detectives hit overtime caps
Homicide unit among the hardest hit
Scranton region finds remedy for anticipated doctor shortfall
Scranton enlists local and state support to open medical school in its own backyard
Klamath Falls may try 4-day school week to save money
Russia helped fuel unrest in Kyrgyzstan
Solar-panel plan draws heat in N.J.
Lieberman: Omitting 'Islamic' Terrorism From Security Document Dishonest, 'Offensive'
Los Angeles Times:
House Republicans say they're going cold turkey on pork projects
But that does not please some constituents who benefit from federal funds
Obama administration takes gentler approach to the Afghan president Karzai
Downtown Washington snarled by traffic disruptions from nuclear summit
Commuting swells the cost of housing
Transportation found to offset savings on home price
Third-party candidate could be key to a Harry Reid victory in November
Obama at new low in Gallup poll
Obituary: Dixie Carter, 70; starred in TV show 'Designing Women'
Tina Fey launches Sarah Palin Network on 'SNL'
Family gets a say on FBI's Ted Kennedy file
Courtesy given to protect kin’s rights before release
National Science Foundation's inspector general withholds identities of the researchers caught plagiarizing
Time runs out for old whale oil refinery
Historian fumes at failure to save New Bedford site
Pentagon to brief 2 lawmakers on CIA risk
Did defense attorneys for al Qaeda members endanger lives of CIA interrogators?
Weekend drinking party turns into a riot at James Madison University
Security chip added to Swiss Army knife
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Chris Christie's bid to end Sunday shopping ban draws opposition
Tenant Arrested in Florida College Professor's Murder
Romney wins Southern Republican Leadership Conference straw poll
For GOP, no frontrunner and no worries
Sex-club furor hurts RNC effort in News Orleans
Enthusiasm high, but not for Steele