Newspaper Roundup for Friday, February 26, 2010

February 26, 2010 - 8:27 AM
Politico:
Obama campaign arm focuses on conservative talk radio
Aims to have Obama supporters' voices heard on conservative airwaves
 
Fox News:
Two DHS Agencies Reportedly Lose 1,000 Computers in One Fiscal Year
 
The Hill:
Black Caucus throws roadblock in front of 'tax-cut' $15 billion job-creation bill
Caucus says bill is inadequate
 
USA Today:
High court to define reach of gun-control laws
 
Washington Post:
FDIC to test principal reduction for underwater borrowers
 
Washington Post:
At health-care summit, Obama tells Republicans he's going to move ahead
'That's what elections are for'
 
The Hill:
GOP leaders disappointed in health summit -- call for Dems to start over
 
Politico:
Schumer saves complains about Sen. Coburn for the elevator
 
Politico:
Obama to McCain: 'Election's over'
 
Fox News:
IOC will investigate Canadian women's hockey team's beer chugging and cigar smoking on the ice
 
Boston Globe:
Immigrants sue state over exclusion from health care
 
Houston Chronicle:
Mexican drug lord apologizes in court for his 'mistakes'
 
WSBTV.com:
White Sorority Shares Step Show Prize After Internet Stir
Coca-Cola Cites "Scoring Discrepancy"
 
Houston Chronicle:
T. Boone Pickens predicts Congress will pass natural gas energy legislation by Memorial Day
Natural Gas Act would expand the use of the fuel among heavy-duty fleets
 
The Hill:
Waxman, Markey slam utility group for 'misinforming' its members on climate
 
Denver Post:
Colo. governor urges creation of ombudsman office to help combat child deaths
Office would provide impartial oversight of the child-protection system
 
USA Today:
Texas attack revives debate over private jets
 
Washington Post:
Fortune cookies promoting the Census
 
Washington Times:
Tea party seeks recall of Dem. senators
But legal obstacles block longshot bid
 
Washington Post:
'Coffee Party' aims to promote civility and inclusiveness in political discourse
Reaction to Tea Party
 
Palm Beach Post:
Crist pardons Fla. man convicted of littering
 
Washington Post:
Federal government settles discrimination suit with black farmers
Other minorities, female farmers watching case, hoping to get similar grievances addressed
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Health insurance hikes stun small businesses
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Senate inaction jeopardizes unemployment benefits
 
Washington Times:
Climate change data will now face independent scrutiny
 
Washington Times:
House Leaders stop vote to ban degrading treatment of detainees
GOP wins fight to remove provision from classified intelligence budget
 
Boston Globe:
Judge to review long-ago shooting death of Amy Bishop's brother
Enlarged crime scene photos raise new questions
 
The Hill:
Gates, Holder oppose limiting decisions on where administration may try terrorists
 
Washington Times:
Bernanke delivers blunt warning on U.S. debt
Stage is set in U.S. for a Greek tragedy
 
Washington Post:
Minnesota abortion provider helps meet need in South Dakota
 
Boston Globe:
Condominium association charged with discriminating against families with children
Restrictions on children's play challenged
 
Washington Times:
At summit, Obama mostly hears Obama
 
Palm Beach Post:
Mark McGwire said new allegations just his brother trying to 'sell a book'
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. pension fund is underfunded by $46B, as gap continues to grow
 
Arizona Republic:
Howard Stern to stage beauty pageant for Woods mistresses
 
Washington Post:
Capitol Hill couple get marijuana package with hefty street value; call police
 
Los Angeles Times:
Protest at UC Irvine against Israeli official still reverberates
 
Washington Post:
Virginia acts to limit use of exam for special-ed students after criticism
 
Politico:
Indiana GOP Gov. Mitch Daniels says he's willing to consider a White House run