Newspaper Roundup for Monday, March 1, 2010

March 1, 2010 - 8:29 AM
Washington Times:
American reliance on government at all-time high
 
USA Today:
New analysis reasserts video games' link to violence
Studies 'strongly suggest' playing violent games increases aggression, decreases empathy
 
New York Times:
Utah Bill Would Criminalize Illegal Abortions
 
New York Times:
U.S. Judge Grants Asylum to German Home Schoolers
Came to U.S., fearing persecution in their home country
 
The Hill:
Obama plans to target low-performing schools on Monday
 
Los Angeles Times:
A stink in Central California over converting cow manure to electricity
 
Washington Post:
Manure becomes pollutant as its volume grows unmanageable
 
USA Today:
Al Gore wishes global warming weren't real
 
Washington Times:
No finish in sight for 'virtual' border fence
 
New York Times:
White House Is Rethinking Nuclear Weapons Policy
Obama making final decisions on broad new nuclear strategy for U.S.
 
The Hill:
House Republicans ask, where are Obama's Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac overhaul plans?
 
Washington Post/Reuters:
Republicans want hearing on Fannie/Freddie bailout
 
The Hill:
Hoyer: House will go first on health bill
 
Washington Post:
Washington's National Zoo introduces giant octopus
 
Boston Globe:
Unions reject move to have employees to pay more for their health care
 
Fox News/AP:
'White Right' Wants Obama to Be One-Term President, Farrakhan Says
 
Fox News:
Pelosi Claims Tea Party Hijacked by GOP
 
Boston Globe:
Joseph Kennedy III won’t run for Congress
Says he hopes Delahunt will stay
 
Washington Post:
In new video, CIA bomber says he lured targets with doctored intelligence
 
Fox News:
Al Haig's Blamed George H.W. Bush for Some of World's Woes
Never-Reported Comments to Fox News' James Rosen
 
Los Angeles Times:
Haiti confronts a monumental disposal problem
 
Washington Post:
Gun case presents quandary for Supreme Court justices
 
Fox News/AP:
Gun Fans Cheer Starbucks
 
New York Times:
Rulings Restrict Clean Water Act, Foiling E.P.A.
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Environmentalists fight Redwood City project
 
Washington Post:
Puerto Rico declares epidemic of dengue fever
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Europeans introduce avalanche air bags in Utah
 
Los Angeles Times:
House panel may revive Armenian genocide resolution
 Denver Post:
Denver's voter initiative does little to curb marijuana citations
 
Sacramento Bee:
Sacramento proposes new-building fees to fund road projects
 
Denver Post;
'Hay Bank' is a food bank for horses of cash-strapped owners
 
Providence Journal:
State vet urges euthanasia to cut feral cat numbers
Outraged animal-rights advocate calls it the “Final Solution” for feral felines
 
Providence Journal:
Stimulus money for housing unused in R.I.
 
Denver Post:
Coloradans join U.S. Chamber's bid to sink union-organizing bill
 
Palm Beach Post:
Patients' fingerprints may be required at pain clinics in Delray Beach
 
Miami Herald:
'Invasive' questions help companies cut health costs
Up to $6,250 per single-family house