Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 14, 2012

By Susan Jones | May 14, 2012 | 8:50 AM EDT

Washington Times:
Backlash after NY court decriminalizes act of viewing child porn by computer

The Hill:
Lawmakers silent on Chinese takeover of US bank branches
Federal regulators' let a Chinese bank take over 13 bank branches in NY, Calif.

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Security breaches underreported by TSA

The Hill:
Pelosi leads delegation on Afghanistan visit

Washington Post:
Iran, unable to sell oil, stores it on tankers

The Hill:
Obama targets Romney tenure at Bain Capital with new ad, website

Washington Post:
In military-rich battlegrounds, Obama targets new group: veterans

The Hill:
Lieberman announces Senate hearings on Secret Service scandal

The Hill:
FCC unlikely to revoke broadcasting licenses for Fox, say experts

First lady Michelle Obama highlights civil rights legacy at Greensboro commencement

Conservatives want bolder, more aggressive leadership from House Speaker John Boehner

Fox News:
Feinstein: Bomb plot leak must be 'prosecuted'

Denver Post:
Denver camping ban, up for vote today, may hit homeless families hard

USA Today:
Recession added debt, drained families' savings

Miami Herald:
South Florida cut water use by 20 percent
Water-efficient toilets and other fixtures credited

California's high-speed-rail plans have stalled with $3.3 billion on the line

Int'l AIDS Conference meeting in U.S. for the first time in more than 20 years
Until 2009, the “Helms rule” denied U.S. visas to HIV-positive people

Miami Herald:
More are renouncing U.S. citizenship as IRS cracks down on foreign accounts

Newsweek cover calls Obama 'The First Gay President'

Arizona Republic:
Navajos concerned over water deal with feds

Fighting threatens gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo