Newspaper Roundup for Monday, March 26, 2012

March 26, 2012 - 8:28 AM

Washington Post:
At CIA, a convert to Islam leads the terrorism hunt
Principal architect of the CIA’s drone campaign

New York Times:
Unborn Afghan Child Said to Be 17th Victim of Killing Spree
Robert Bales charged with murder of 17th victim, an unborn baby

Arizona Republic:
Arizona lawmakers push to take over federal land

The Hill:
Rank and file House Dems poised to rally behind Van Hollen budget proposal

Politico:
US pays $50,000 in compensation for each Afghan villager killed
$11,000 for each person wounded in a shooting rampage

The Hill:
Obama adviser calls Gingrich comments on Trayvon Martin case ‘reprehensible’

Politico:
Rick Santorum lashes out at New York Times reporter
Santorum to reporter: Quit distorting my words. It's bull****."

The Hill:
Plouffe: GOP will regret ‘ObamaCare’ tag, says law will be upheld

Fox News:
Santorum says 'bad math' makes Romney's lead look bigger

Fox News:
New York City-funded group teaching homeless how to invade apartments
Crash course on squatting in city-owned buildings

Washington Post:
Trayvon Martin’s death has put spotlight on perceptions about hoodies

USA Today:
Joan Rivers, others joke about Dick Cheney heart transplant

Washington Post:
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s recall: Big money fuels small-government fight

Politico:
Rick Perry zings 2012 field at Gridiron

Politico:
Rank and file House Dems poised to rally behind Van Hollen budget proposal


Washington Times:
“After my election I have more flexibility,” Obama tells Medvedev
Begs for breathing space on missile defense

Politico:
Obama adviser: GOP primary a 'clown show'

Washington Times:
Budget gridlock imperils national defense
Arms systems cuts look likely

Houston Chronicle:
Korean father denied entry to U.S. to help paralyzed son

Palm Beach Post:
U.S. Rep. Hastings disputes report calling him Congress' worst offender for paying 'family' members

Houston Chronicle:
Property owner shoots 1 suspected copper thief, second man flees

Miami Herald:
Internet could lead to regime change in Cuba, Sen. Marco Rubio says

USA Today:
Popcorn packed with hidden health benefits

USA Today:
Pork industry plan to give hogs more room comes at a cost