Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 13, 2013

May 13, 2013 - 7:51 AM

New York Times:
'I.R.S. Focus on Conservatives Gives G.O.P. an Issue to Seize On'

Washington Times:
Outraged GOP: It’s time to audit the IRS; targeting of conservative groups called ‘chilling’

The Hill:
HHS: Nothing improper about Sebelius’s ObamaCare fundraising
Sen. Lamar Alexander says it may be illegal

Washington Times:
Pastors ‘in shame’ of Gosnell, decry abortions in black communities

Washington Times:
Pediatricians hit Capitol Hill to push gun control

Politico:
NYTimes columnist Dowd blasts Obama on Benghazi

Providence Journal:
Boston Cardinal O'Malley to boycott BC graduation

Washington Times:
Medics train Afghans to treat their own in war zone

Washington Times:
False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

Politico:
Rep. Duckworth: Military incapable of fixing sexual assault problem
“We need to come up with a different system," she said

Houston Chronicle:
19 New Orleans shooting victims included 2 kids

Philly.com:
Biden to offer advice to Penn grads on Monday

Politico:
Dianne Feinstein: 'Talking points were wrong'

Washington Times:
McCain senses Benghazi ‘cover-up,’ wants more Clinton testimony

Denver Post:
Harry Reid denies connection to payday lender donor scandal

Washington Times:
Empty chairs: Obama struggles to complete second-term team

Politico:
White House gives nod to Utah’s dual exchange
State will deal with small businesses, feds with individual market

Politico:
Gates: U.S. does not have a ready force standing by in the Middle East

Houston Chronicle:
Troubled free agent WR Titus Young arrested for third time in a week

Politico:
Obama pushes gun control at police event

Fox News:
Jury returns to deliberations Monday in trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell

The Hill:
Gay-rights groups pressure Obama to help them on immigration reform

Denver Post:
Judge likely to allow James Holmes insanity plea in theater shooting

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie's Lap-Band surgeon named in malpractice, death suits

Denver Post:
New type of food truck cruising Denver, offering help to the hungry

The Hill:
Rep. Issa: IRS apology to Tea Party groups ‘not an honest one’

Denver Post:
Audit: IRS office's scrutiny went beyond keywords to target ideology

New York Times:
Public University Presidents Are Prospering, Annual Compensation Study Finds

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Drunken driver told police he only spoke French, Morris Township cops say

Philly.com:
U.S. probe cites three N.J. colleges over student aid
Investigation began when a N.J. City U. aide admitted embezzling student funds