Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Obama administration pushes banks to make home loans to people with weaker credit
Leahy says Senate must act 'quickly' on immigration, offers Republicans 1 hearing
Islamic cleric decrees it OK for Syrian rebels to rape women
Obama criticized for using dated, disputed gun stat to sell background checks
Hagel calls North Korea's nuclear ambitions a 'growing threat'
Gun rights advocates fear U.N. treaty will lead to U.S. registry
Customers rush to Connecticut gun stores ahead of vote on ban
‘Reckless’ Kim Jong-un won’t be tolerated; Kerry strikes back at North Korean threats
Associated Press bans the phrase 'illegal immigrant'
Obama to attend George W. Bush library dedication in Texas
Virginia's serial arson suspect is a former volunteer firefighter
Sequester Solidarity: Chuck Hagel will give back some of his salary
Few senators sacrifice pay amid budget cuts
Sen. Flake will return to deserted island this summer, but this time with his kids
Scientists: China bird flu likely silent threat
Michelle Obama: The president's got a 'little swag'
CMS reverses course on Medicare Advantage cuts
Waitress invokes ‘no guns’ policy, refuses to serve police officers
Naperville, Ill. weighs drug tests at high schools amid rampant pot use
Poll: Bobby Jindal approval rating plummets
Los Angeles Times:
Fannie Mae posts record annual profit of $17.2 billion
Former Penn State lineman arrested in fire-extinguisher rampage
Had just been let out of jail when he attacked people at public safety building
Parents urge Emanuel to walk same school routes their kids will take
Bill O'Reilly blows up at Laura Ingraham over 'Bible thumpers'
Texas authorities continue manhunt for escaped inmates, schools in Hopkins County on alert
Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert cuts workload after cancer recurrence