Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 3, 2013

April 3, 2013 - 9:05 AM

Washington Post:
Obama administration pushes banks to make home loans to people with weaker credit

Fox News:
Leahy says Senate must act 'quickly' on immigration, offers Republicans 1 hearing

Washington Times:
Islamic cleric decrees it OK for Syrian rebels to rape women

Fox News:
Obama criticized for using dated, disputed gun stat to sell background checks

Fox News:
Hagel calls North Korea's nuclear ambitions a 'growing threat'

Washington Times:
Gun rights advocates fear U.N. treaty will lead to U.S. registry

Fox News:
Customers rush to Connecticut gun stores ahead of vote on ban

Washington Times:
‘Reckless’ Kim Jong-un won’t be tolerated; Kerry strikes back at North Korean threats

Washington Times:
Associated Press bans the phrase 'illegal immigrant'

Politico:
Obama to attend George W. Bush library dedication in Texas

Washington Post:
Virginia's serial arson suspect is a former volunteer firefighter

Politico:
Sequester Solidarity: Chuck Hagel will give back some of his salary

The Hill:
Few senators sacrifice pay amid budget cuts

The Hill:
Sen. Flake will return to deserted island this summer, but this time with his kids

USA Today:
Scientists: China bird flu likely silent threat

Politico:
Michelle Obama: The president's got a 'little swag'

Politico:
CMS reverses course on Medicare Advantage cuts

Washington Post:
Waitress invokes ‘no guns’ policy, refuses to serve police officers

Chicago Tribune:
Naperville, Ill. weighs drug tests at high schools amid rampant pot use

Politico:
Poll: Bobby Jindal approval rating plummets

Los Angeles Times:
Fannie Mae posts record annual profit of $17.2 billion

Philly.com:
Former Penn State lineman arrested in fire-extinguisher rampage
Had just been let out of jail when he attacked people at public safety building

Chicago Sun-Times:
Parents urge Emanuel to walk same school routes their kids will take

Politico:
Bill O'Reilly blows up at Laura Ingraham over 'Bible thumpers'

Fox News:
Texas authorities continue manhunt for escaped inmates, schools in Hopkins County on alert

Chicago Tribune:
Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert cuts workload after cancer recurrence