Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, April 23, 2013

April 23, 2013 - 8:03 AM

Los Angeles Times:
EPA criticizes environmental review of Keystone XL pipeline

Washington Times:
99.5% of illegal immigrants get approval for legal status;
High number raises concerns about fraud

Washington Times:
FBI missed Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Russia trip because of misspelling, Sen. Lindsey Graham says

Los Angeles Times:
Supreme Court weighs 'loyalty oaths' for groups fighting AIDS
They object to having to explicitly oppose prostitution to receive U.S. aid

Washington Times:
Gloria Steinem compares U.S. ‘reproductive freedom’ limits to Saudi subjugation of women

Washington Times:
Web sales tax could be just a click away; Senate approves rules for Internet

Military Times:
Army sgt. pleads guilty to killing fellow troops in 2009 Iraq shooting

Politico:
Biden to attend memorial for MIT officer

Washington Times:
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Tamerlan was the mastermind in Boston bombing

Philly.com:
Nike pulls 'Boston Massacre' shirts after Marathon bombing

Fox News:
Faith eyed as motive in marathon attack, as suspect communicates by writing

Politico:
Obamas to attend memorial for victims of West, Texas, explosion

Washington Post:
Former D.C. teacher Eric Toth, wanted on child pornography charges, is found abroad

Politico:
Obama invites women senators to dinner

USA Today:
USA TODAY Poll: Public support for gun control ebbs

Fox News:
Marijuana pill may be better for pain

Philly.com:
Prayer instead of medication: Judge rebukes couple over death of another child

USA Today:
Cops: Baltimore Raven's Rolando McClain yelled '(Bleep) the police!'
Arrested for disorderly conduct

Los Angeles Times:
San Francisco probes alleged psychiatric-patient dumping

Politico:
Charles Rangel sues to overturn censure

Fox News:
Man's 'eat more kale' slogan gets 'preliminary no' after Chick-fil-A complaint

Fox News:
Online support grows for N. Dakota newscaster fired following swearing on air
First two words uttered in new career caused him to be fired

The Hill:
FBI to explain actions regarding older bombing suspect

New York Times:
NYC Sets 21 as Legal Age to Buy Tobacco