Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, May 31, 2012

May 31, 2012 - 7:30 AM
Washington Times:
House passes bill requiring better way to measure border security
Orders Homeland Security to submit a plan within 180 days

Politico:
Elizabeth Warren admits telling universities about her Indian heritage
She previously claimed she was unaware that Harvard had listed her as a minority professor

Politico:
Wisconsin poll: Scott Walker leads by 7 points

The Hill:
Obama campaign downplays importance of Wisconsin recall on November

The Hill:
Team Obama to donors: Get off sidelines and send cash now

Fox News:
Christian College Says ObamaCare Will Double Insurance Costs

Washington Times:
House Republican introduces the GOP version of the Dream Act
Would help students brought here illegally by parents

Politico:
ABC/WaPo poll: Romney shows gains among women


The Hill:
Poll: Obama, Romney in dead heat in 3 key battleground states

USA Today:
FDA rejects new name for high-fructose corn syrup
Corn Refiners Association wanted to rename it "corn sugar"

Politico:
Pelosi tax cut plan knocked by study

Washington Post:
Obama campaign attacks Romney’s record as Mass. governor

USA Today:
Many chain stores now selling vibrators

Washington Post:
Report: Employee stole and illegally sold Senate furniture worth $13,700

Politico:
Rep. Allen West rips Obama on Pakistan doctor jailed after helping USA

Washington Post:
Eisenhower family remains opposed to tapestries planned for memorial

Washington Times:
China steals $114 million U.S. defense deal with Peru

Washington Post:
Study: Old people smell different, but not bad

San Francisco Chronicle:
Mitt Romney begins West Coast fundraising visit

The Hill:
White House threatens veto of House GOP's military spending bill

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Report: Controls needed on pay of N.J. two-year-college presidents

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Judge denies Sandusky’s bid to delay trial

The Hill:
Lawmakers consider extension of overseas surveillance powers

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Despite ‘Castle Doctrine,’ defendant is convicted in slaying

Denver Post:
Protected federal lands are fueling Colorado's economic growth, report says

Providence Journal:
R.I. Assembly passes bills to bar early prison release for good behavior

Politico:
Republicans: Democrat tongue-tied on Solyndra

Politico:
Mitt Romney: FDR and JFK were rich