Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, September 27, 2011

September 27, 2011 - 7:16 AM

Fox News:
U.S. Government Used Taxpayer Funds to Buy, Sell Weapons During 'Fast and Furious,' Documents Show

Fox News:
'Obamacare' Closer to Supreme Court Review After Administration Declines to Appeal Latest Ruling

Boston Globe:
GOP sees Ohio as key to capturing Senate
Aids bid to unseat liberal incumbent

Fox News:
Fugitive Illegal Immigrant Reportedly Arrested for Sixth Drunken Driving Offense in US

Washington Times Commentary:
Herman Cain: Economic crisis requires real tax reform

USA Today:
Senate refuses to trim $25 billion green-car fund

Washington Times:
National Park Service: Washington Monument to remain closed ‘indefinitely’

Washington Post:
Shaken by increase in attacks since 2001, many Pakistanis fault U.S.

Washington Post:
D.C. area is No. 1 nationwide in traffic congestion, study says

Washington Post:
Grandmother killed child out of anger at father, prosecutor says

Politico:
Newt Gingrich endorsed by Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips

USA Today:
Obama: Heckled in West Hollywood

Politico:
Palin threatens to sue author for 'knowingly publishing false statements'

New York Times:
Yaz and newer birth control pills could raise risk of blood clots, FDA says

Politico:
Heckler interrupts Obama

Los Angeles Times:
U.S. to lower the size of mortgage it will guarantee

New York Times:
In North Dakota, Flames of Wasted Natural Gas Light the Prairie

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix wife faces tough choice amid Medicaid quandary

Newly legalized citizen on life support can't yet get aid

Denver Post:
A cap on tax benefits for donations in Obama's jobs proposal worries nonprofits