Newspaper Roundup for Monday, February 11, 2013

February 11, 2013 - 9:39 AM

Politico:
Pelosi: 'We've had plenty of spending cuts'

Los Angeles Times:
Calif. lacks doctors to meet demand of national healthcare law

Houston Chronicle:
Fighting health care fraud pays dividends, Sebelius and Holder write

Fox News:
Roger Ailes: Obama is 'trying to get everybody to hate each other'


Providence Journal:
Providence Bishop Tobin: Pope's decision to abdicate 'an act of great humility'

Washington Post:
Obama weighing executive actions on housing, gays and other issues

Chicago Sun-Times:
Obama’s Chicago trip to spotlight failure of Emanuel, McCarthy to curb gun violence

Philly.com:
Biden to host gun control talk in Philly on Monday

Fox News:
Obama returns to campaign mode, visiting three cities after State of Union speech

The Hill:
Sen. Inhofe threatens filibuster to block Hagel

New York Times:
A Growing Trend: Young, Liberal and Open to Big Government
Young voters animated by the recession and social issues

New York Times:
Troubling Details Emerging in Menendez Case

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Menendez and Melgen: An inside look at how the money and access flowed

Washington Post:
A warning to college profs from a high school teacher

Politico:
Cantor: Obama's only answer to sequestration is tax increases

Washington Times:
Diplomats say Iran could have nuclear bomb by summer

The Hill:
Five reasons Marco Rubio might not enter the race for president in 2016

The Hill:
Graham on Brennan, Hagel: ‘No confirmation without information’

Politico:
Policy group urges halt to sequester

Washington Times:
Obama threatens severe cuts if no agreement
White House pushes for more tax hikes, but GOP is opposed

Fox News:
Michigan university to help struggling graduates repay student loans

Fox News:
Utah girl, 15, removed from classes over dyed hair color

The Hill:
Hill Poll: Voters: Obama no better than Bush on security vs civil liberties

Politico:
Kerry praises Canada, stays mum on pipeline

Palm Beach Post:
Iconic Marker's Mark bourbon cuts alcohol content to increase supply