Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 3, 2010

May 3, 2010 - 8:02 AM
Washington Times:
Napolitano, Salazar defend federal response to oil spill
 
Washington Post:
Obama tours Gulf Coast while following failed NYC bombing
 
New York Times:
Security Network Planned for Midtown Manhattan
Surveillance cameras, license plate readers and chemical sensors are coming
 
The Hill:
Napolitano: Administration 'certainly considering' possibility of terrorism in car bomb
 
The Hill:
Top Republican: Car bomb could have been related to 'South Park' controversy
 
Boston Globe:
Police cameras form a wide net over Boston area
 
The State/AP:
EPA ramps up air quality monitoring for oil spill
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. lawmakers call on President Obama to postpone offshore drilling after oil spill
 
Washington Times:
Military defends prosecution of SEAL
 
Politico:
Napolitano calls Arizona immigration law 'a shame'
 
Los Angeles Times:
Both sides in Arizona's immigration debate use crime argument
Statistics show foreign-born residents commit fewer crimes

Los Angeles Times:
Cardinal Mahony steps up attack on Arizona immigration crackdown
 
The Hill:
Rep. Gutierrez arrested outside of White House in immigration protest
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Congressman's daughter got a sweet housing deal
 
Washington Times:
Crist blames GOP exit on 'primary fear'
Floridian: Move in Senate race an appeal to broader electorate
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Broward County Commission to vote on plan to fight global warming
Task force report lists measures to combat rising seas, reduce emissions
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
School district combatting student-on-teacher violence
Goal is to reduce workmen's compensations claims
 
Politico:
Nancy Pelosi to White House: Quit bashing D.C.
 
The Hill:
Pelosi tells panel chairmen to 'redouble' efforts to chip away at federal budget
 
USA Today:
Bill opens Atlanta Hartsfield airport to firearms
 
Washington Times:
Born-again 'border hawk,' John McCain
 
Washington Post:
As Virginia Gov. McDonnell strikes a balance, conservatives rethink support
 
Washington Post:
Times Square bomb's ordinary ingredients posed a deadly threat
 
The Hill:
Healthcare debate drives fundraising efforts on abortion
 
Washington Post:
Obama drops zingers on opponents and allies at the White House Correspondents' dinner
 
Washington Post:
Spasm of gun violence kills 3, injures 9 in D.C. and its Maryland suburbs
 
USA Today:
Ballot issues test anti-tax mood
 
Providence Journal:
Millions in flood-relief aid flows into R.I.
 
Boston Globe:
Pipe repair underway to restore clean-water flow to Greater Boston