Newspaper Roundup for Monday, June 20, 2011

June 20, 2011 - 6:59 AM

Washington Times:
USDA wants to impose its gay-sensitivity training on all federal departments
Would compare 'heterosexism' to racism

Arizona Republic:
Sen. John McCain ties fires to illegal border crossings

Washington Post:
Hospitals courting primary-care doctors
Obamacare will reward teams of doctors, nurses that provide better care at lower costs

Boston Globe:
Banks tap another government fund to repay TARP
Federal program has fewer restrictions; critics call switch another bailout

Washington Post:
'With executive pay, rich pull away from rest of America'

Los Angeles Times:
GOP lacks a strong contender from the South
Unless Perry jumps in

Fox News/Wall Street Journal:
Texas Gov. Perry Sizes Up Roadblocks to GOP Bid

The Hill:
Poll: Majority says U.S. military involved in too many places

The Hill:
McCain warns GOP against isolationism

Washington Post op-ed:
Samuelson: Mismatch between idle workers and open jobs

Boston Globe:
Massachusetts Democrats oppose Obama's Commerce nominee
Ties to conservationists raise fishing worries

Los Angeles Times:
Automakers sell more cars without spare tires

Boston Globe:
Church launches 'I'm a Mormon' image campaign

The Hill:
Obama, Republicans prepare for 2012 showdown in Florida
'Must win' state for Obama

Boston Globe:
Catholic Mass intended to celebrate gay pride month rescheduled for July
Archdiocese of Boston canceled it following controversy, but it's back on

Los Angeles Times:
Rory McIlroy could be golf's next superstar, without the baggage

The Hill:
Changes to Medicare, Medicaid to be discussed in hearings, debt talks

The Hill:
Gates: US has been in 'preliminary' talks with Taliban forces for 'a few weeks'

The Hill:
House panel proposes slapping restrictions on U.S. aid to Pakistan

The Hill:
McConnell: Kentucky terror suspects should be tried in military court

Washington Post:
Girls flock to American Girl store with $100 dolls

Washington Post:
‘Countdown With Keith Olbermann’ returns to cable TV

Arizona Republic:
Border activism spanning the globe
Tucson student joins effort on Gaza blockade

Denver Post:
Hundreds of children attend Denver's gay Pridefest

Boston Globe:
State drafts an approach to keep families in homes
Will emergency shelter money to cash subsidies

Houston Chronicle:
Houston court helps homeless resolve misdemeanor tickets

Fox News/Newscore:
'Beauties only' dating site dumps 30,000 deemed too homely

Fox News:
British soldier killed in Afghanistan leaves friends $160G for Las Vegas party

USA Today:
Expect more motorcycles on the road Monday, 'Ride to Work' day

USA Today:
Justice Department sets June 30 meeting with BCS director
Looking into the legality of college football's Bowl Championship Series