Newspaper Roundup for Monday, April 16, 2012

April 16, 2012 - 8:00 AM

The Hill:
Weak jobs numbers raise pressure on Federal Reserve to adopt new stimulus

USA Today:
Fewer sign up to race for the cure

Washington Post:
Obama concludes Summit of the Americas With little success in bridging significant policy differences

USA Today:
Latin nations object to Obama's Cuba policy

Washington Post:
Axelrod TKO-ed by Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday

Fox News:
Cheney calls Obama 'unmitigated disaster' in post-surgery speech

Los Angeles Times:
California schools installing solar panels to cut energy costs

Washington Post:
Geithner: Romney claims on women and job losses ‘ridiculous and very misleading’

Washington Post:
New Arab order: In Morocco, uproar over marriage law tests Islamist government
Moroccan teen girl’s suicide at center of case

Washington Times:
States make headway on abortion restriction
Number of bills passed high for an election year

Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton in Colombia dances, drinks beer

Washington Times:
Romney targets Obama in NRA speech
GOP candidate slams policies on economy, freedom

Chicago Sun-Times:
6 dead, 15 injured in citywide shootings this past weekend

Washington Times:
Hilary Rosen cancels 'Meet the Press' appearance

Washington Post:
Venezuela’s Chavez skips summit citing medical reasons, heads to Cuba for cancer treatment

Fox News:
Rep. Ed Towns (D-N.Y.) reverses himself, announces retirement

USA Today:
More American workers sue employers for overtime pay

Denver Post:
Gallon of gas in Denver 32.4 cents higher than a year ago

The Hill:
Kucinich supporters eye Washington state move to revive his political career

Politico:
First lady to Beyonce: You're a role model

Politico:
NRA's LaPierre slams media over Martin coverage