Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 6, 2013

May 6, 2013 - 8:51 AM

Fox News:
Clinton sought end-run around counterterrorism bureau on night of Benghazi attack, witness will say

Fox News:
Doctors warn of 'aggressive' new sexually-transmitted superbug

Washington Times:
Colorado’s new gun laws push HiViz firearms business to Wyoming

Washington Times:
Muslim development plans meet resistance in rural Maryland

Washington Times:
Obama looks for new strategy after misreading power of Assad
Weapons may go to Syrian rebels

Washington Times:
Jim DeMint: Immigration reform will cost Americans trillions

Philly.com:
Harvard professor apologizes for Keynes comments
Said economist was less invested in the future because he was gay and had no children

Washington Times:
Rush Limbaugh mulls exit from Cumulus over dispute with CEO: Report

USA Today:
New NRA leader says Obama seeks 'revenge' on gun owners

Politico:
Eric Cantor pledges another Obamacare repeal vote

Politico:
Holding noses, insurers start hawking Obamacare

Politico:
S.C. Dem chairman: 'Send Nikki Haley back to wherever the hell she came from'
She's Indian-American

Denver Post:
Call to name library for Chicano activist Corky Gonzales sparks ire

Washington Post:
Syria threatens Israel, says airstrikes near Damascus open door to ‘all options’

Washington Post:
European carbon market in trouble
Effectively turned pollution into a commodity that could be traded

Washington Post:
Motor vehicle crashes: A little-known risk to returning veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan

The Hill:
Regulators find ways to spare employees from pain of furloughs

The Hill:
Issa: 'Everybody' in Libya thought Benghazi attack was terrorism

Washington Post:
Mark Sanford might win on Tuesday. That’s good news for Democrats

Fox News:
Single mother's simple error earns her $14 million lottery prize

Chicago Tribune:
$5M bail for HIV positive man charged with sexual assault

Politico:
9/11 museum officials say admission fee needed

Denver Post:
Debt and mental health issues go hand in hand