Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, March 7, 2013

March 7, 2013 - 6:56 AM

Fox News:
Florida bill would require anger management courses for bullet buyers

Politico:
TSA’s $50M uniforms contract stirs ire on Hill

Philly.com:
Santorum thanks atheists for 'Go Godless' billboard

USA Today:
Furious over sanctions, N. Korea vows to nuke U.S.

Washington Times:
Domestic drones to hunt gun carriers in America for Homeland Security

Denver Post:
High-fashion body armor is specialty of new Denver firm

Houston Chronicle:
GM chief touts a new way to (natural) gas up that Chevy

Washington Times:
NRA embraces Senate bill on mental illness

The Local:
Palestinians get embassy status in Sweden

Washington Times:
Breaking bread: Obama dines with Republican senators at Jefferson Hotel amid sequester gridlock

Washington Post:
Obama begins series of rare meetings with Republican lawmakers

The Hill:
Republicans emerge from dinner optimistic about deficit deal
Meeting helped thaw frosty relations

Washington Times:
New Pentagon super fighter has flaws that will get pilots shot down, warns report

Fox News:
Police say no charges will be filed over home's refusal to give CPR to woman

The Hill:
Ryan pressing GOP cut Medicare benefits for future recipients who are now 56 years old
Age 55 was thought to be the cutoff

The Hill:
Corker: 'Appalling' waste and abuse in Iraq reconstruction efforts

The Hill:
Grassley: Holder owes lawmakers who backed contempt measure an apology

Washington Post:
Death penalty repeal approved by Maryland Senate

The Hill:
Rep. Hoyer: Federal workers should not expect pay increases in 2013

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Menendez: 'I haven't missed a beat' on the job despite allegations of scandal

Washington Times:
Dem strategist: No guns, just tell men not to rape women

Chicago Tribune:
Any ties to sexual abuse could disqualify papal candidate, George says

Fox News:
Illinois county posts photos of unclaimed bodies online

Chicago Tribune:
Highwood alderman resigns over citizenship; He's a native of England

New York Times:
City’s New Drink Rules Add Wrinkle to Coffee Orders

Politico:
Georgia U.S. Senate race shaping up as free-for-all

Politico:
Newt Gingrich: CPAC has identity crisis; Questions purpose of conference

Roll Call:
No Easy Answers on Media Violence's Effect on Kids

Arizona Republic:
Arizona prisoner health lawsuit gets class-action status

Arizona Republic:
Governor Brewer works to sell GOP on Medicaid
Party resistant to expansion under federal health-care law