Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 14, 2012

May 14, 2012 - 8:50 AM

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

Politico:
First lady Michelle Obama highlights civil rights legacy at Greensboro commencement

Politico:
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

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

Politico:
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

Politico:
Newsweek cover calls Obama 'The First Gay President'

Arizona Republic:
Navajos concerned over water deal with feds

CNN:
Fighting threatens gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo