Newspaper Roundup for Monday, April 12, 2010

April 12, 2010 - 7:05 AM
The State:
Federal official coming to S.C. Monday to discuss childhood obesity
 
The Hill:
Battle-weary House Dems eye short weeks, easy votes ahead of election
 
The Hill:
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
 
Washington Post:
GAO: Postal Service business 'not viable'
 
The Hill:
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
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Scranton region finds remedy for anticipated doctor shortfall
Scranton enlists local and state support to open medical school in its own backyard
 
Seattle Times:
Klamath Falls may try 4-day school week to save money
 
Washington Post:
Russia helped fuel unrest in Kyrgyzstan
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Solar-panel plan draws heat in N.J.
 
Fox News:
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
 
Fox News/AP:
Obama administration takes gentler approach to the Afghan president Karzai
 
Washington Post:
Downtown Washington snarled by traffic disruptions from nuclear summit
 
Boston Globe:
Commuting swells the cost of housing
Transportation found to offset savings on home price
 
Politico:
Third-party candidate could be key to a Harry Reid victory in November
 
The Hill:
Obama at new low in Gallup poll
 
Boston Globe:
Obituary: Dixie Carter, 70; starred in TV show 'Designing Women'
 
USA Today:
Tina Fey launches Sarah Palin Network on 'SNL'
 
Boston Globe:
Family gets a say on FBI's Ted Kennedy file
Courtesy given to protect kin’s rights before release
 
Washington Times:
National Science Foundation's inspector general withholds identities of the researchers caught plagiarizing
 
Boston Globe:
Time runs out for old whale oil refinery
Historian fumes at failure to save New Bedford site
 
Washington Times:
Pentagon to brief 2 lawmakers on CIA risk
Did defense attorneys for al Qaeda members endanger lives of CIA interrogators?
 
WTOP/AP:
Weekend drinking party turns into a riot at James Madison University
 
Denver Post:
Security chip added to Swiss Army knife
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Chris Christie's bid to end Sunday shopping ban draws opposition
 
Fox News:
Tenant Arrested in Florida College Professor's Murder
 
Politico:
Romney wins Southern Republican Leadership Conference straw poll
 
Politico:
For GOP, no frontrunner and no worries
 
Washington Times:
Sex-club furor hurts RNC effort in News Orleans
Enthusiasm high, but not for Steele