Newspaper Roundup for Friday, May 14, 2010

May 14, 2010 - 8:21 AM
Washington Post:
Customs commissioner neglected to file "nanny" forms on household employees
Alan Bersin says he didn't know he's required by law to file paperwork
 
Politico:
President Obama's school plan, built around a contest, riles lawmakers
Some states are rethinking whether it’s worth the trouble to apply
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
South Phila. principal, lacking credential, resigns
 
USA Today:
Thousands of non-profits could unwittingly lose tax status
Non-profits that fail to file a tax return for 3 consecutive years to lose tax-exemption
 
Washington Times:
Federal Protective Service agents fan out in D.C. for surprise building inspections
Show of force is meant to deter potential criminal or terrorist acts
 
The Hill:
Senate moves forward with $60B bill for Afghanistan war and disaster funding
Liberal Democrats question war effort
 
The Hill:
Pelosi: No question that voters are in an 'anti-incumbent' mood
 
The Hill:
Deficit worries make it tough for Democrats to move on the Medicare 'doc fix'
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Swim club in race-bias case is sold at auction
 
USA Today:
U.S. military testing laser weapons
 
Arizona Republic:
Holder hasn't read Ariz. immigration bill
 
Fox News:
Outrage Spreads Over Decision Not to Send Girls' Basketball Team to Arizona
 
Washington Post:
Ethnicity divides on Arizona immigration law
 
Washington Times:
Troops likely to see spike in fighting
 
Los Angeles Times:
Insurers shun California's request to stop investing in Iran-related companies
 
Washington Times:
Reaction mixed on proposed poverty measure
Critics see higher spending on anti-poverty programs
 
Washington Times:
Obama urges action on job creation
Hill Republicans' bid to cut spending gets bill withdrawn
 
Politico:
Obama hugs NYT reporter
 
Fox News/AP:
Activists Protest Gore's Honorary Degree at University of Tennessee
Point to climategate
 
Los Angeles Times:
Jewish group denounces comparisons of Arizona to Nazi Germany
 
Fox News:
Thousands Sign Petition Protesting Empire State Building's Snub of Mother Teresa
 
Washington Times:
General: Military needs cyberwar doctrine
Seeks defined boundaries
 
Washington Times:
Mayor Fenty budget omits D.C. statehood-bid funds
Council duo question oversight
 
Washington Post:
Federal oil drilling agency ignored permits
 
Fox News/AP:
Bullying Partly Blamed for 15-Year-Old Girl's Suicide Jump From Overpass
 
USA Today:
Mental care stays increase in military
 
Los Angeles Times:
Marine major at Camp Pendleton sentenced in leak of intelligence documents
 
USA Today:
Taco Bell's new $2 Meal Deals set new standard for fast food
 
Los Angeles Times:
Political shift in Britain reflects Europe's rightward tilt
 
Washington Post:
Study finds that effects of low-quality child care last into adolescence
 
Washington Post:
Haiti prosecutors urge prison for US missionary
 
Washington Post:
Israel to ban fishing in the Sea of Galilee
 
The Hill:
Lieberman to foreign firms: Do business with Iran or U.S. - not both
Houston Chronicle:
Group worries ban on drilling permits will cost jobs
Indefinite ban on new offshore drilling may cost up to 10,000 rig jobs by June
 
Seattle Times:
West Coast senators seek ban on Pacific offshore drilling
 
New York Times:
U.S. Decision to Approve Killing of Cleric Causes Unease
 
South Fla. Sun-Sentinel/Miami Herald:
Principal's email tells parent to 'eat s--- and die'
 
Houston Chronicle:
Austin, Texas, cuts off business and travel ties with Arizona
 
Boston Globe:
Rep. Barney Frank battles for transgender workers’ rights
Fight expected over provision in current bill
 
Boston Globe/AP:
Blue State of Vermont one of just a few trying tax cuts
Cutting capital gains and estate taxes
 
Boston Globe:
Gov. Patrick seeks $163m more for MassHealth program for poor
 
Providence Journal:
Police officer accused of racial profiling by refusing to deal with Guatamalan
Assumed he was an illegal immigrant and refused to take his report
 
Boston Globe:
R.I. House panel takes up gambling bill
State seeks cure for financial woes
 
Boston Globe:
Gravity of FBI operation unsettles a community
 
Denver Post/AP:
U.S. war on drugs appears to be a losing battle
 
Seattle Times:
TV news director quits over videotape showing police beating Latino
Accused of suppressing incident
 
New York Times:
Man charged with aiding in suicides of two people by encouraging them online
 
Denver Post:
Western mines win "roadless" exemptions
 
Denver Post:
Heenes, of balloon boy fame, get their balloon back
 
Providence Journal:
R.I. Senate committee delays vote on wind-farm special exemption bill