Newspaper Roundup for July 31, 2009

July 31, 2009 - 7:25 AM
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Fox News:
Stimulus Bill Funds Go to Art Houses Showing 'Pervert' Revues, Underground Pornography

Los Angeles Times:
Afghanistan faces growing addiction problem

Fox News:
Critics Slam N.Y. Plan to Pay Women to Donate Eggs for Stem Cell Research

Boston Globe:
Boston U student admits illegal downloads
Music copyright violations could cost him $4.5m

Denver Post:
Liberal Dems snarl at Blue Dog health deal

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Six arrested at old hospital campus while 'hunting for ghosts'
 
Boston Globe:
Racist e-mail sparks questions on free speech, image of the police
Officer vows fight against dismissal

Boston Globe:
Presidential Medal of Freedom for Ted Kennedy
 
Washington Post:
Bankers' Bonuses Beat Earnings as Industry Imploded
Report on Pay Fuels Efforts to Rein In Compensation

Washington Post:
Influential Blue Dogs see surge in contributions from health, insurance groups

USA Today:
Mexico City offers free insurance to bring back tourists

Washington Post:
'Cash for Clunkers' Program Already Running Out of Cash

USA Today:
Auto dealerships spent big money promoting a discontinued government program

USA Today:
U.S.-Panama trade deal may test Obama goals

Washington Post:
Fannie, Freddie Unlikely to Return Aid
Regulator Openly Doubts Firms Can Repay All $85 Billion

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pennsylvania broadens eligibility for food stamps

Politico:
No Senate Finance health care bill before recess

Washington Post/AP:
Seniors uneasy over Medicare cuts in overhaul

Politico:
Robert Gibbs 'not getting into' plenty of topics

Palm Beach Post:
New swine flu deaths reported in Palm Beach, Broward counties

Washington Post:
U.S. Takes Steps to Boost Security Cooperation With Russia

Washington Times:
Obama aides clash over Sudan policy

BBC:
Venezuela mulls tough media law
Journalists could be jailed for publishing ‘harmful’ material

BBC:
Israelsays Gaza war 'necessary'
 
Boston Globe:
Steroids scandal hits home for Red Sox fans
Ortiz, Ramírez tested positive for performance enhancers in ’03

Los Angeles Times:
Coffeepot maker vents about doing business in California
Costs and hassles make it one of the hardest places in the country to do business

Los Angeles Times:
California's higher education system could face decline because of budget cuts
 
Washington Post:
D.C. Races to Rescue Needle Funding
Restrictive Amendment to City's Appropriation Would Cover Most of City

Washington Post:
E-Mails Show Larger White House Role in Prosecutor Firings

Fox News/AP:
Mexico Shuts Cancun Beach, Alleges Sand Was Stolen
www.miamiherald.com/486/story/1165065.htmlMiami Herald:
Feds: Hospital patients' records were sold to personal injury lawyer
 
Miami Herald:
Feds want Miami-Dade agency to fully account for money it received