Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, July 11, 2013

July 11, 2013 - 9:53 AM

Washington Times:
Pentagon: 56,000 troops could lose danger pay

Fox News:
House Republicans drop food stamps from massive farm bill

Denver Post:
Marijuana farmers market proposed for Boulder
Idea could face legal, political barriers

LA Times:
Ft. Hood shooting defendant questions potential jurors about Islam

Washington Times:
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ‘smirking’ and ‘yawning’ in court; victims’ families outraged

Fox News:
Fort Hood shooting initially labeled as 'terrorism,' despite shift to 'workplace violence'

Fox News:
Did Justice Department support anti-Zimmerman protests after Martin shooting?

The Hill:
Senate Dems heading back to the drawing board on student loans

Houston Chronicle:
Texas pumping more oil than some OPEC countries

Houston Chronicle:
Santorum holding pro-life rally in Texas, as abortion bill heads to state senate

Washington Times:
U-Denver giving George W. Bush humanitarian award despite faculty, student protests

Washington Post:
U.S. plan to arm Syrian rebels stalls amid congressional disagreements

Miami Herald:
NAACP holds town hall forum on George Zimmerman trial

LA Times:
Glendale steps into controversy with memorial to WW II sex slaves

NBC News:
Gas prices seen rising sharply within days

New York Times:
Study Finds Benefits in Delaying Severing of Umbilical Cord

Politico:
Blue Cross, Walgreens team for Obamacare campaign

The Hill:
GOP bill would defund schools with rules against playing with imaginary guns

The Hill:
ObamaCare setbacks hand weapon to opponents of law

The Hill:
Hispanics complain about lack of representation in Obama's Cabinet

Fox News:
US sends 4 more F-16s to Egypt, despite Cairo tumult

Washington Times:
Egyptians direct anger at U.S. ambassador accused of aiding Morsi

Washington Post:
Sources: PA attorney general won’t defend state’s gay marriage ban

Washington Times:
D.C. Council approves bill imposing ‘living wage’ requirement on Wal-Mart

Washington Times:
Activist Adam Kokesh arrested after loading shotgun in D.C.'s Freedom Plaza

Fox News:
Post Office violated man's rights by banning gun from parking lot, judge rules