Newspaper Roundup for Mar. 27 2009

March 27, 2009 - 7:37 AM
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Washington Times:
Hezbollah uses Mexican drug routes into U.S.
Works beside smuggler cartels to fund operations
 
Washington Times:
Obama raised cash after leaving Senate
Bailout beneficiary gave maximum
 
New York Times:
Pakistani and Afghan Taliban Unify in Face of U.S. Influx
 
Washington Post:
Kansas group plans to protest outside Maryland’s Whitman High School
Named after a homosexual…

Los Angeles Times:
Los Angeles protesters seek mayor's aid in fighting liquor store

Los Angeles Times:
A risky new push for immigration legislation
 
Washington Post:
CDC Analysis Tracks Falls Related to Pets
 
Washington Post:
Vatican Archbishop Issues Apology
Comments on Abortion Are Being Used to Attack D.C., Arlington Dioceses' Leaders
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
City fining parents of truant children $25
 
BBC:
US plans to rein in Wall Street
Geithner has ‘far-reaching plans to strengthen government authority over the US financial system’
 
USA Today:
Lawmakers worry about haste in financial regulatory reforms
 
Washington Post:
Political Parties See Dramatic Decline in Fundraising
'08 Debts Linger As Recession Slows Giving
 
BBC:
Blast rips through Baghdad crowd

Boston Globe:
Vampire rumors spur alert at Boston Latin 

BBC:
Crabs 'sense and remember pain'
 
Boston Globe:
Summer camp enrollment slows as parents weight the costs
 
Washington Times:
Swiss bankers claim 'war' with U.S.
 
Washington Post:
Slow Boil Over Egg Roll Tickets on Web
 
Washington Post:
Awarding of Neighborhood Funds to Large Nonprofits Draws Criticism in D.C.
 
BBC:
Pakistanmosque blast 'kills 45'