Newspaper Roundup for Monday, June 25, 2012

June 25, 2012 - 8:36 AM

Washington Times:
Tuesday is 'Gay Pride' day at Pentagon
But Panetta not requiring commands and agencies to hold gay pride events

Washington Times:
George Washington’s annotated Constitution fetches almost $10 million
Shatters world auction record

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago violence weekend toll: 4 dead, 29 wounded

Philadelphia Inquirer:
4 killed, 4 injured in wave of violence in Philadelphia

Boston Globe:
cranberry juice under siege in the war against sugar

Some schools may ban it

Politico:
Warren to introduce Obama at Boston fundraiser

Politico:
Biden begins a "Strengthening the Middle Class Tour" in Iowa this week

Politico:
HHS pushes out cash ahead of Obamacare ruling
The administration has spent at least $2.7 billion

Houston Chronicle:
Houston sizzles in triple-digit heat for a few days

Houston Chronicle:
ACLU plans to fight Facebook ban for sex offenders

Arizona Republic:
Husband of former U.S. Transportation Secretary accused of sexual abuse of minor

Politico:
Allen West: Egypt is an ‘Islamic nightmare’

Fox News/AP:
Sandusky lawyers raise appeal issue: Say trial went too quickly

Boston Globe:
Rising sea level a threat in East, study says
Boston could feel especially strong impact

The Hill:
Majority of likely voters says Obama has exercised his executive power inappropriately

Chicago Sun-Times:
City to revamp gun-control ordinance after loss in court
Revised ordinance bars anyone with a misdemeanor from obtaining a city gun permit

Fox News:
Issa predicts 'bipartisan' contempt vote against Holder this week

Washington Times:
Top secret: What food stamps buy
Taxpayers kept in dark about $80B a year program

Washington Post:
34 lawmakers reworked financial portfolios after talks with Fed, Treasury officials

The Hill:
Supporters of UN arms treaty fight claims that US citizens will be robbed of guns

Chicago Tribune:
Mother of first 'test-tube' baby dies at 64

The Hill:
Advocates worry Obama deportation policy will cause new headaches
Uncertainty about what would happen to the illegal parents of young people who come forward

Chicago Tribune:
Debt balloons for Chicago-area pension plans
Funds accrue $27.4 billion shortfall between 2001 and 2010

Philadelphia Inquirer:
High court to rule on constitutionality of life sentences for those under 18
2,600 inmates are serving life without parole for crimes committed as teenager

Fox News:
Mom slapped with bill to clean street after son killed by drunk illegal alien

Providence Journal:
Sen. Whitehouse says teen son was at Caleb Chafee's party
But left before things got wild...