Newspaper Roundup for Monday, July 16, 2012

July 16, 2012 - 7:49 AM

Washington Times:
Candidates from both parties benefiting from domestic oil boom

Washington Post:
Romney tries to regain momentum with new focus on Obama’s ‘political payoffs’

Washington Post:
Mormons, African Americans face substantial prejudice, poll finds

Washington Post:
Washington to New York City in 60 minutes by train

Washington Post:
Man ordered into street by robbers dies after being struck by car


Washington Post:
Mitt Romney retired from Bain Capital ‘retroactively,’ Ed Gillespie says

Politico:
Low-key carbon tax talks fuel conservative outcry
Hubbub arose from a private gathering hosted by the American Enterprise Institute last week

The Hill:
Obama campaign revs up black outreach

USA Today:
Penn State denies decision made on Joe Paterno statue

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Off-duty Philadelphia police officer on bicyle killed by hit-run driver
May have been deliberate

USA Today:
Spy planes help detect roadside bombs in Afghanistan

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Penn State's legal cost could be $100M-plus in Sandusky case

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Raucous 'Mexican rodeos' draw crowds, and some discontent, in South Jersey

The Hill:
White House to states: Time to get on board with healthcare reform

Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J.'s black bears migrating farther south

Politico:
CBS's Bob Schieffer shocked to discover he appears in Romney ad

Politico:
Republican governors want Mitt Romney to hit back

Denver Post:
Denver drought conditions inspire strict policing by water cops

Miami Herald:
After court appearance, ‘bedridden’ man walks again

Politico:
Egyptians chant 'Monica' at Hillary Clinton

Politico:
Energy, not drought, inflating food prices, Vilsack says

Politico:
No Tampa invite yet for Palin

Providence Journal:
Homeowners, businesses sell solar power to electric utility