Newspaper Roundup for Friday, April 16, 2010

April 16, 2010 - 8:17 AM
Los Angeles Times:
New rules on terror custody being drafted
Guidelines determine whether captured suspects are tried or face indefinite detention
 
Washington Times:
Justice Breyer expects Supreme Court to judge constitutionality of health care law
 
Politico:
Democratic National Committee will contribute $50 million in cash and services for midterms
 
Fox News:
Obama: America a Superpower 'Whether We Like It or Not'
Little noticed remark at end of nuclear summit stirs controversy
 
Washington Times:
Pentagon to revise policy on personal guns at military bases
 
Los Angeles Times:
Fifth immigrant-filled boat in a week intercepted off San Diego County coast
 
USA Today:
Oregon teacher who launched anti-Tea Party campaign is put on paid leave
School investigating whether he used school equipment or time to work on his website
 
Washington Times:
Obama skips town on day of boisterous anti-tax rally
 
Los Angeles Times:
Federal officials say they will cut Medicare funding to Murrieta hospital June 1
Surprise federal inspection found deficiencies in nine areas required for Medicare participation
 
The Hill:
Obama attacks mining and other industries
 
USA Today:
NATO strikes killing more Afghan civilians this year
Deaths of Afghan civilians by NATO troops have more than doubled
 
The Hill:
Lieberman warns he'll issue subpoenas over Fort Hood shootings
 
Washington Times:
Bidens below average in charitable giving
Earned $333,000 in 2009; Gave $4,820 (1.44 percent) of that to charity
 
Washington Times:
Immigrant groups try to steal thunder from tea party
Idea to raise taxes mocked by protesters
 
Washington Times:
Camden's 'Tent City' given shutdown delay
Homeless governing themselves in NJ
 
Politico:
Eight Republicans who may break ranks on financial regulations bill
 
Politico:
White House riled by CBS web post on Elena Kagan
Asserted that Solicitor General and potential Supreme Court nominee is a lesbian
 
USA Today:
Delaying kids may prevent financial 'motherhood penalty'
 
USA Today:
As Okla. City date nears, militias seen as gaining strength
 
Fox News:
Massachusetts Girl Hospitalized After Months of Bullying
 
Fox News:
Maine Commission Shelves Move to Ban Gender Specific Bathrooms, Sports Teams in Schools
 
Fox News/AP:
White House, CIA Lawyers Angry at Tape Destruction
 
Los Angeles Times:
A mysterious powder and a miscarriage prompt investigation of restaurateur
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Miami-Dade Transit pulling ‘fatwa’ ads from buses
‘May be offensive to Islam’
 
New Jersey Star:
N.J. libraries face Gov. Chris Christie's 74 percent budget cut
 
Denver Post:
Court tosses CU gun ban
Panel says campus is subject to concealed-carry law
 
Washington Post:
Texas city revives paddling for misbehaving students
 
Washington Post/AP:
Obama signs $18 billion jobless benefits bill
 
Washington Post:
Postmaster general says USPS could cut its workforce
 
Washington Post:
Va. bans alcohol ads in college papers
 
Boston Globe:
Victoria Kennedy to address UMass grads
 
Palm Beach Post:
Hundreds pour into Palm Beach County stores for first day of appliance rebate program