Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, May 8, 2012

May 8, 2012 - 8:13 AM

The Hill:
U.S. natural gas pipelines under cyberattack
Gas pipeline cos. warned about a coordinated effort to breach their systems

Fox News:
Perry accuses Obama administration of fueling 'surge' in illegal immigrant children

Washington Times:
Tax collections give Obama his first monthly budget surplus

USA Today:
Company closing 3 plants that make lean-beef product disparaged as 'pink slime'

The Hill:
Tea Party sees gains in Senate

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
ACLU wins court order to block N.J.'s new driver's license rules
Would require additional proof of ID before securing a license

Fox News:
Report: US envoy to Pakistan leaving after 2 years

Washington Post:
Europe’s elections offer economic, political risks for Obama

Boston Herald:
Massachusetts outlawing bake sales in public schools as of Aug. 1

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Christie backs proposal to build affordable housing in towns with top schools

Washington Post:
Richard Lugar faces conservative threat in Indiana Senate race

Denver Post:
Dangerous termite arrives in South Florida; Eradication spraying begins Tuesday

Denver Post:
No guarantee Colorado civil unions bill will get a final vote

Washington Times:
GOP foiled as funds flow to Planned Parenthood
Administration granting money that states deny

Houston Chronicle:
Texas hospital to 'Twittercast' brain surgery Wednesday to educate public and patients

Miami Herald:
Gay activists, allies gather in Miami for first White House LGBT Conference on Aging

Arizona Republic:
OB/GYNs dispute with Aetna over reimbursement rates may force 5,000 patients to switch doctors

Politico:
Big labor falls in line with Obama reelection campaign

Fox News:
House members blast Vanderbilt for policy 'hostile' to religious groups on campus

Palm Beach Post:
Snake saved after eating ceramic egg

Fox News:
Woman fired from job at Wells Fargo for shoplifting in 1972

Providence Journal:
R.I. conference on restoring trust in government will be closed to encourage more dialogue

Washington Times:
Success in Colombia shifts drug war to Peru

USA Today:
Colleges look at policies for illegal immigrants

Washington Post:
Prince Harry comes to Washington and unleashes his British royal charm