Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, May 22, 2012

May 22, 2012 - 8:39 AM

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Philadelphia's ban on outdoor feeding programs for the homeless begins June 1
Mayor called mass feedings along parkway unsanitary and undignified

Fox News:
Obama snubs Pakistan as conflict over supply routes continues

The Hill:
HHS signs $20M PR contract to promote healthcare law

The Hill:
GAO: Tax credit in Obamacare not big enough for small businesses to start offering benefits

San Francisco Chronicle:
Federal court upholds city's right to ban pot dispensaries

The Hill:
Decades-old law championed by liberal Dems may be downfall of contraception mandate

Washington Times:
9/11 ‘truther’ leading Egyptian presidential race
Islamist believes 9/11 attacks were an American conspiracy

Politico:
GOP closer to holding Eric Holder in contempt

San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Oregon track coach takes student to prom, loses job

Boston Globe (subscription required):
Study suggests online courses as good as classroom
Method effective, study concludes

Washington Post:
More shareholders call on companies to disclose their political spending

Washington Post:
Is college too easy? As study time falls, debate rises

Washington Post:
Poll: Obama, Romney in dead heat on economy

ABC News:
Comics Cliffhanger as Unnamed DC Superhero to Come Out of Closet

Fox News:
Climber describes harrowing scene on Everest, where at least 4 are reported dead

Washington Post:
Government task force discourages routine testing for prostate cancer

Washington Times:
Obama: Bain Capital is the issue in 2012

Houston Chronicle:
School programs lead fight against childhood obesity

Politico:
Few states set for health exchanges

Houston Chronicle:
‘America’s Got Talent:’ Howard Stern shows his softer side by consoling 7-year-old

Politico:
Hamid Karzai blows top over Dana Rohrabacher
'Freedom of speech is good,' but not when it comes to talking about Afghanistan

Miami Herald:
3 Key largo students rushed from school to hospital after ingesting drugs

Fox News:
DEA agents under investigation for hiring prostitutes in Colombia, sources say

USA Today:
Dog bites drive up insurance payouts; premiums could be next

USA Today:
Obama speaks to grads in Joplin, Mo., one year after tornado

Washington Times:
Obama: I couldn’t sleep in my own Chicago bed

Washington Times:
More images, videos reveal fun at taxpayer expense at 2010 GSA conference

USA Today:
Man survives suicide plunge over Niagara Falls

Washington Times:
5 shot, 5 stabbed in weekend of violence in D.C.

The Hill:
‘Father of the Internet’ warns Web freedom is under attack

Arizona Republic:
Arpaio using deputy to help in Obama birth investigation

The Hill:
NRC chief says resignation unrelated to bullying claims

Palm Beach Post:
Couple accused of stealing bags from airports