Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, May 1, 2012

May 1, 2012 - 8:59 AM

Miami Herald:
Independent task force wants major changes to Stand Your Ground law

The Hill:
McCain on Bin Laden raid: 'The thing about heroes, they don't brag'

Washington Times:
Obama pays a few women big bucks; Record vs. Bush is mixed

Washington Post:
Mass. looking to slow the growth of its health-care costs
May change how doctors are paid

Washington Times:
Obama insists he’s not trumpeting bin Laden’s death for votes

Fox News:
Canadians complain about mysterious 'hum' coming from US side of border

Houston Chronicle:
Texas movie theaters refuse to show atheist ad

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Delta Air Lines to buy oil refinery for $150 million

Politico:
Romney closes gap with Obama, poll shows

Politico:
Arianna Huffington: Obama ad ‘despicable’

The Hill:
Obama takes harder line against China

Politico:
Dan Rather: Mitt Romney has ‘good chance’

Washington Post:
Wow: Ku Klux Klan protests Westboro Baptist Church

The Hill:
House Republicans: No offsets for extending Bush-era tax rates

Fox News:
Parents, Conservatives Denounce Dan Savage for Bully Behavior
Christian teen knew talk by activist would 'get ugly'

Washington Post:
Fewer Americans form households in recession, hampering economic recovery

Politico:
First lady honors Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson campaign stop

Washington Times:
U.S. infants in drug withdrawal triples
Treated with methadone because of mothers’ opiate abuse

The Hill:
Chris Christie on being VP: Romney 'might be able to convince me'

Politico:
GOPers split over how to reform health care

The Hill:
GOP thinks attacking Obama as celebrity will be effective in 2012

Washington Post:
Obama is using his dog to target pet lovers
Ads urge voters to ‘Bark for Barack’

The Hill:
GOP money floods battlegrounds, threatens Dems' hold on Senate

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Priest admitted letting teen watch porn, sharing bed with hi

USA Today:
Most student loans unaffected by upcoming increase in rates