Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, March 27, 2012

March 27, 2012 - 7:16 AM

Miami Herald:
Multiple suspensions paint complicated portrait of Trayvon Martin

San Francisco Chronicle:
U.S. wants faster review of DOMA gay-rights case

New York Times:
Support in U.S. for Afghan War Drops Sharply, Poll Finds

Washington Times:
U.S. plays down Islamist role in drafting Egypt charter
Two liberal politicians quit panel in protest

USA Today:
Amid controversy, 'Bully' will open without a rating

Washington Times:
D.C. Mayor plans to raise $30 million by expanding a traffic-camera program

City is “addicted to revenue,” Triple A says

Politico:
Obamacae would create rich subsidies to help millions of people pay for coverage
Even families earning more than $90,000 a year

Politico:
Obama administration moving ahead with greenhouse gas rule for new power plants
New coal-fired power plants will have to capture their carbon dioxide emissions

USA Today:
Pope voices sympathy for Cubans, including prisoners

Washington Times:
Black woman arrested in an anti-gay hate crime
Police say anti-homosexual slurs were used during argument in restaurant

Washington Times:
Metrorail hindered by culture of complacence, incompetence, lack of diversity
‘Inept get promoted, … capable get buried’

Fox News:
Atheists sue Pennsylvania for declaring 2012 'Year of the Bible'

Providence Journal:
Atheists give R.I. prayer-banner teen Ahlquist $63,000 scholarship

Washington Post:
Miss Canada Universe contestant disqualified over sex change

Washington Times:
Army overwhelmed by massive lots of waiting vehicles

Washington Times:
Boom times lay waste — literally — to N.D. landscape
Pristine prairie turns into dump site along roads

USA Today:
Chocolate lovers are thinner, study says

Washington Post:
'Rick Santorum’s nice-guy persona is turning a bit testy lately'

Fox News:
Doc says heart could give Cheney another 10 years

The Hill:
House conservatives to unveil budget which balances books faster

Fox News Exclusive:
Internal memo shows ATF rank and file don't trust brass

Denver Post:
Fort Collins teenager leads an effort to end use of the term "retard"

Los Angeles Daily News:
Singer Bobby Brown arrested in Tarzana on suspicion of DUI

Denver Post:
Denver targets illegal camping; critics call it a bid to criminalize homelessness

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Temple student arrested for taking photos of cops

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Campaign targets abortions among African American families


Chicago Sun-Times:
Gasoline prices hit record: $4.67 in Chicago; $4.51 in metro area


Politico:
Fight brews over DUI technology

The Hill:
General: Threat from rogue Afghan forces is going to continue