Newspaper Roundup for Monday, February 25, 2013

By Susan Jones | February 25, 2013 | 8:01 AM EST

Washington Times:
Report: Few women will qualify for land combat
Loophole feared in ‘gender-neutral’ qualifications

New York Times:
Britain's most senior Roman Catholic cleric resigned on Monday
Following allegations he behaved in an "inappropriate" way with other priests

New York Times:
As Governors Meet, White House Outlines Drop in Aid to States

Washington Times:
White House ups rhetoric on dangers of sequester
GOP: ‘Real impact’ being hyped for political effect

GOP governors to Hill Republicans: 'Step up'

Denver Post:
Bureau of Land Management to move 700 wild horses to Montana ranch

Daily Caller:
Long-time escort confirms Senator Bob Menendez paid her for sex

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Bedeviled Menendez confronts accusations with words of Martin Luther King

San Francisco Chronicle:
No more working from home for Yahoo! employees
By June, they needed to be working in Yahoo offices or quit

Republicans lack unified message on sequester

The Daily Caller:
New York organization offers ‘Pet Food Stamps’

Obama asks SCOTUS to strike down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act

Louis Farrakhan urges blacks to invest in land, cut back on spending

Washington Post column:
Robert Samuelson: The true national debt could be triple the conventional estimate

San Francisco Chronicle:
Long-term care rate hike stuns retirees

McCain: 'Shame on Ray LaHood'

Washington Post:
Capitol Hill education consultant helps parents navigate D.C. school choice

Sequestration: Expecting a tax refund? It may be delayed

Jindal pitches Obamacare delay as part of sequestration
Eastern Pa., mayor ejected from wrestling tourney
After criticizing calls made by mat officials

The Hill:
Finance Committee to vote on Lew nomination on Tuesday

Fox News:
Coburn: Any proposal that keeps a record of legit gun owners will 'kill' Senate bill

The Hill Poll:
Voters: Pentagon should bear the brunt of deficit cuts

Fox News:
California sex offenders removing court GPS monitors with little risk of serving time