Newspaper Roundup for Monday, April 29, 2013

April 29, 2013 - 10:21 AM

New York Times:
CIA sent tens of millions of dollars to Afghan president's office
Attempt to buy influence

Washington Post:
Prolife group releases videos of clinic workers discussing live births
'We would not help it' (born-alive baby)

Washington Times:
Rep. Trey Gowdy: ‘Explosive’ Benghazi hearings coming soon

The Hill:
McCain: Putting troops in Syria the ‘worst thing United States could do'

Politico:
Biden: McCain would have beat Obama if economy hadn't tanked

Washington Times:
Panel seeks to fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders

Politico:
Progress for other African-American politicians remains elusive

Politico:
Bill Maher slams Boston police
Also said that America is becoming a “police state.”

Chicago Tribune:
TransCanada: Keystone XL to be delayed

Washington Times:
Immigration bill grants amnesty to employers of illegals; no prosecution for bogus IDs

Fox News:
Nonprofit called 'Pet Food Stamps' helps owners provide for pets in tough times

Chicago Tribune:
Chicago priest crosses U.S.-Mexico border to better understand parishioners

Washington Times:
Rep. Royce: Bombing suspects linked to al Qaeda

The Hill:
Dems push gun control agenda in DC, but not in battleground states

Washington Times:
U.S. shows shale technology to the world; foreigners learn techniques, but have long way to go

Los Angeles Times:
Boston bombing: Mysterious 'Misha' turns up in Rhode Island

Politico:
Lawmakers: FBI needs a closer look
They ask if information on suspects was mishandled

Washington Times:
500 cell doors unlock at Montgomery County jail; no escapes
Computer malfunction

Washington Times:
Is Army career over for radical Islam academic?

Arizona Republic:
Tempe police arrest 4 after fights at ASU fraternity