Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 20, 2013

May 20, 2013 - 10:19 AM

Military Times:
Report: Combat troop discharges increase sharply

Washington Times:
NYC bus company’s ‘ghetto’ tours angers locals

Washington Times:
Labor union chief calls immigration bill dangerous
Sees agency as an ‘approval machine’

Miami Herald:
Gov. Rick Scott to veto tuition hike

Washington Times:
Voter fraud is easy with 13,000 in Maryland still on D.C. records

Los Angeles Times:
Some could have gaps in medical coverage under Obamacare


Washington Times:
D.C. man won’t face gun charges for shooting pit bull attacking boy

Washington Post:
Banks slow to pay out mortgage relief funds

Politico:
President Obama’s newest ally: John McCain
Suddenly, the two are working together on issues ranging from immigration to the deficit

Washington Post:
McConnell: Obama administration ‘made up a tale’ on Benghazi

Chicago Sun-Times:
If Marconi closes, students will have to walk past drug dealers on way to Tilton

Chicago Tribune:
Council debates banning drones from Evanston's skies
Activists fear abuse of government power

Chicago Sun-Times:
5 dead, 18 wounded in city gun violence

Politico:
Ryan: Obama's second term shows 'arrogance,' 'cronyism'

The Hill:
Report: Top Obama lawyer told of IRS targeting in April

New York Times:
Chinese Hackers Resume Attacks on U.S. Targets

Fox News:
Georgia Gov. Deal orders Bibles returned to state-owned park

The Hill:
Despite talk, no effort in Congress to change ObamaCare's employer mandate

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Public awareness of ACA health insurance pushed

Chicago Tribune:
Emanuel appoints Desiree Rogers as board chairman of Choose Chicago