Newspaper Roundup for Monday, September 26, 2011

September 26, 2011 - 7:14 AM

Boston Globe:
Part-time workers on rise in Mass.; Many forced to settle for lower-pay jobs

New York Times:
Activists to retailers: Stop funneling money to Christian groups that oppose homosexuality

Washington Post:
Herman Cain victory in Fla. straw poll a sign of voter displeasure with GOP field

Politico:
Poll: 81% unhappy with government

Boston Globe:
Revolutionary engine gets 65 mpg, but auto industry may balk at costs

USA Today:
What it takes to become a millionaire

Boston Globe:
ADHD rates low among Latinos; Findings baffle health researchers

Washington Post:
Pentagon may cap executive pay reimbursement at $694,000

Washington Post:
Shutdown looms: Spotlight now on Senate after Boehner wrangled House GOP votes

Boston Globe:
Mass. bill caps number of years a spouse can receive alimony
Patrick expected to sign measure today

Los Angeles Times:
Visa program for undocumented abuse victims gaining momentum

Washington Times:
California Democratic Party among Solyndra’s creditors

Los Angeles Times:
States should screen newborns for heart defects, Sebelius says

Washington Post:
Kagan’s establishes herself as solid liberak in first year on Supreme Court

Washington Times:
Inspector general: Bush-era Pentagon officials cleared of wrongdoing

Denver Post:
Denver could set record high temperature Monday

Providence Journal:
Records show R.I. state Rep. didn’t serve in Gulf, as claimed