Newspaper Roundup for Monday, March 28, 2011

March 28, 2011 - 8:18 AM

The Hill (op-ed):
Judd Gregg: Step up, take charge and lead the nation, Mr. President

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Residents grill congressman about Libyan air strikes, gas prices

Politico:
Fox News host blasts White House for refusing to make Clinton, Gates available

Politico:
John Bolton: President Barack Obama not interested in foreign policy

Boston Globe:
Retiree expenses constrain colleges
Health benefits for retirees near $1 billion for Harvard

USA Today:
Alcohol detection devices could be option on new cars

Boston Globe:
Boston school lottery, designed for fairness, causes divisions
Not enough good schools for everyone

USA Today:
Groups target states' illegal-immigration bills

Boston Globe:
Burt’s Bees founder hopes to create new national park
Maine Woods National Park would be nearly twice the size of Maine’s Acadia NP

Politico:
Media Matters' wages campaign of “guerrilla warfare and sabotage" against Fox
And other conservative outlets

Washington Times:
Syrian rebels don’t want U.S. aid, at least for now

Houston Chronicle:
Watch-list suspects raise alert at border
Hundreds have tried to get in, but no charges or acts of terrorism yet

The Hill:
Fast to begin Monday to protest proposed GOP budget cuts

San Francisco Chronicle:
Health insurers to fight Calif. coverage mandates

The Hill:
Dems: Potential cuts to Medicaid outlined by administration are 'cruel'

Fox News:
U.S. Reducing Naval Firepower Aimed at Qaddafi

Fox News:
Biden Aide Apologizes After Reporter Kept in Storage Closet During Fundraiser

Denver Post:
Biden salutes military personnel for service
The V.P. speaks to the "most tested" at a disabled vets sports clinic.

The Hill:
Poll: Planned Parenthood funding cut splits voters by gender, race

Washington Times:
National Border Patrol Council: Napolitano giving false sense of security

The Hill:
Homeland Security officials to testify on 'Freedom of Information' process

Politico:
Facebook said to be courting Robert Gibbs for communications position

The Hill:
Conservatives home in on 'ObamaRail'

Los Angeles Times:
Poverty often a temporary state, U.S. census study finds

Politico:
Rumsfeld worries Muslim Brotherhood will hijack Egyptian revolution

Arizona Republic:
13 illegal-immigrant suspects found in Phoenix drophouse