Newspaper Roundup for Monday, April 15, 2013

April 15, 2013 - 7:34 AM

New York Times:
A Missouri School Trains Its Teachers to Carry Guns, and Most Parents Approve

New York Times:
Afghan Interpreters for the U.S. Are Left Stranded and at Risk
Waiting to hear from the State Department on the special immigration visa applications

Politico:
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell escapes mainstream media scrutiny -- until now

Politico:
Barack Obama makes class warfare work for him

Washington Times:
On Tax Day, Obama shows taxpayers where their money went

ABC News:
Rev. Jeremiah Wright's Daughter Indicted for Alleged Money Laundering

New York Times:
Kerry Says North Korea Talks Are Possible, but Hints at Conditions

Politico:
9/11 memorial charging $2 fee to reserve passes online or by phone

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
To comply with federal rules, NH schools work to make fruit, veggies more enticing

Washington Post:
Gun rights group endorses Manchin-Toomey background-check bill

Washington Post:
Vandals damage Georgetown’s Dahlgren Chapel, campus officials say

Politico:
Women worry about body armor in new combat roles

Politico:
Bill Maher: 2nd Amendment ‘bullsh—’

Washington Times:
Republican mega-donor Bob Perry dies at age 80

Politico:
Only 55% of those surveyed say that their federal income tax is fair
The lowest since 2001

Fox News:
U.S. top court weighs patentability of human genes

Fox News:
N.M. umpire allegedly threatens to eject teens from baseball game for speaking Spanish

Daily Caller:
Left-wing Democrats push Norquist-style no-cuts budget pledge

Washington Times:
Rick Santorum sent to hospital, cancels Iowa trip

Politico:
‘Dash to gas’ has downside for energy policy

Los Angeles Daily News:
Porn film permits have dropped dramatically in L.A. County

Washington Post:
With endorsement of immigration plan, Rubio makes first major policy gambit of his career

Fox News:
Thousands of giant snails causing problems for Florida homeowners

USA Today:
Former Ohio Congressman Charlie Wilson dies at 70

Slate:
'Legalized polygamy in the United States is the constitutional, feminist, and sex-positive choice'