Newspaper Roundup for Friday, June 17, 2011

June 17, 2011 - 8:19 AM

Fox News:
Hotels in major U.S. Cities warned of 'Mumbai-style' terror threat

Washington Times:
Under new leader, al Qaeda issues hit list
Websites hail al-Zawahri, call for ‘lone wolf’ killings of 40 Americans

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Union leader compares Gov. Christie to Hitler at pension reform protest

The Hill:
Bill would create a single electronic platform to track all federal spending

Fox News:
Unemployed Indiana Mom to Sell Obama Letter to Help Pay Bills

Politico:
Immigration: Southern Baptists support path to legal status

Politico:
Attorney General Holder: lawmakers endangering war on terror

Fox News:
Lesbian Couple Reportedly Harassed by Security Guard for Kissing During Baseball Game

Houston Chronicle:
Dad hits accused cyberbullies with lawsuit
Daughter was threatened and defamed online, lawsuit alleges

Washington Times:
Senate strikes at ethanol handout

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie to delay implementing N.J.'s medical marijuana law

Los Angeles Times:
State lawmakers still struggling with how to regulate and tax marijuana

Palm Beach Post:
School officials respond to cheerleader racial bias claims
Complaints that black students were denied spots on cheer squad

Fox News/WSJ:
AARP drops longstanding opposition to Social Security benefit cuts

Washington Post:
Report of suspect device in car closes ramp to Pentagon
Major road closures around Pentagon

Politico:
Gay GOPers turn out for Huntsman

Fox News:
San Francisco considers ban on goldfish as pets
To prevent their 'inhumane suffering'

Houston Chronicle:
KHOU: Texas senator calls Spanish ‘insulting’ during hearing

Washington Post:
DC Safeway cashier fired for homosexual slur

The Hill:
Palin skewers media over email release

USA Today:
Obama says Weiner and wife will 'bounce back'

Los Angeles Times:
Coastal Commission rejects U2 guitarist's Malibu development plan

The Hill:
Ryan open to changing Medicare plan