Newspaper Roundup for Monday, June 11, 2012

June 11, 2012 - 7:23 AM

Chicago Sun-Times:
Eight dead, 43 wounded in weekend shootings

Fox News:
NATO to limit strikes on residential areas to reduce civilian deaths

Los Angeles Times:
Calif. bullet train could harm air, endangered species
Environmental objections in path of bullet train

The Hill:
Gov. Walker splits with Romney, says firemen, teachers aren’t ‘big government’

San Francisco Chronicle:
Tall ship to be built in SF in 19th century style

The Hill:
As November election nears, splits in Democratic coalition resurface

Chicago Tribune:
Teachers union: More than 75 percent voted to authorize strike

The Hill:
Poll finds support for Obama among Jewish voters has dropped

Politico:
Boehner yuks it up at Radio & Television Correspondents' dinner
“I hope all of you are fine. I’m fine. Just like the private sector,” he said

Washington Times:
Study: Children fare better in traditional mom-dad families
Study suggests risks from same-sex parenting

Fox News:
After Walker victory, Indiana governor suggests public unions should go

New York Times:
Candidates in Mexico Signal a New Tack in the Drug War

Washington Post:
Virginia student graduates from high school, braces for deportation


Fox News:
Massachusetts town to vote on $20 fines for cursing in public

Washington Times:
Wash Times polls: Conservatives pick Rubio as VP favorite
Christie and Ryan finish No. 2

Fox News/AP:
Public-employee pensions face a rollback in California

Politico:
Arne Duncan: 'Take politics out of student loan process'

Politico:
'Obama tests the theory of likability'

Likeable enough to be re-elected?

Washington Post:
University of Virginia president abruptly stepping down after 2 years

Politico:
Don Rickles stands by Obama 'janitor' joke

USA Today:
Lack of sleep increases stroke risk

Washington Post:
George P. Bush: Jeb would join ticket if asked

Fox News/AP:
UK Prime Minister Cameron leaves 8-year-old daughter in pub