Newspaper Roundup for Monday, July 15, 2013

July 15, 2013 - 8:49 AM

Arizona Republic:
Obese Scouts kept out of national Jamboree

Los Angeles Times:
TSA 'randomizers' could ward off airport profiling accusations

Electronic device would randomly direct travelers to different screening lines

Washington Post:
Pennsylvania voter-ID law goes on trial Monday

Fox News:
House Republicans will vote this week to delay individual mandate
The full House vote could come as early as Wednesday

Los Angeles Times:
Police declare unlawful assembly in Hollywood; make arrests

Arizona Republic:
LGBT group finds acceptance at evangelical college

Washington Times:
Violence, riots don’t materialize after George Zimmerman’s verdict

Providence Journal:
R.I. educators wonder what else is lost in decline of cursive writing
“I think there’s a concern that kids can’t access history,” educator says

Washington Times:
Reid prepares to light fuse of ‘nuclear option’ in Senate
Republicans call it unnecessary fight

The Hill:
McConnell hopes senators ‘come to our senses,’ avoid nuclear option

The Hill:
Zimmerman lawyer: DOJ charges unlikely

Washington Times:
Democrats want to investigate IG who started IRS scandal; question bias with GOP ties

The Hill:
With Napolitano out at DHS, White House begins to vet replacements

Washington Post:
Zimmerman trial verdict filters into pews and pulpits

Fox News:
Man arrested outside Kerry's Boston home

Washington Post:
Fairfax City abortion clinic, busiest in Virginia, closes

Chicago Tribune:
16-year-old boy one of 3 dead after shootings across Chicago Sunday

Denver Post:
Immigrants face long delays for visas designed to help crime victims

Fox News:
FBI documents show no evidence of bias

Chicago Sun-Times:
Rapper Lil Reese to cops during drug arrest: ‘This ain’t a big deal. I’m gangster’

Washington Times:
Eliot Spitzer: Zimmerman verdict ‘a failure of justice’


Washington Times:
Bolivia’s Evo Morales claims the U.S. hacked into his email; he won’t use it now