Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, May 21, 2013

May 21, 2013 - 7:42 AM

New York Times:
Tighter borders pushing people to take riskier routes
Migrant deaths remain high even as captures have fallen

The Hill:
Labor unions break ranks with White House on ObamaCare

The Hill:
Snowe: President thought opposition to health law would eventually fade away

The Hill:
Obama and wife to visit Africa for first time since 2009
June 26–July 3 trip to Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania

New York Times:
U.S. Takes Steps to Add Security at Embassies

Washington Times:
Group fighting voter fraud among those waiting on IRS; reams of documents still not enough

Politico:
First tea party lawsuit against IRS

Washington Times:
Fast and Furious: U.S. Attorney sought to discredit agent by leaking documents

Fox News:
Local Tea Party founder claims she was targeted by several federal agencies

Fox News:
Watchdog report says DOJ official retaliated against ‘Furious’ whistle-blower, lied about it

Washington Times:
Investigations of journalists grow wider under Obama; reporter group calls it ‘overreaching dragnet’

Politico:
Holder, Clapper subpoenaed in no-fly list case

Washington Times:
More military men than women are sexually abused in the ranks each year, Pentagon survey show

Politico:
Mignon Clyburn is the first woman to chair the FCC

Politico:
In dealing with scandal, IRS broke virtually every public relations rule on the books