Newspaper Roundup for Monday, March 4, 2013

March 4, 2013 - 11:46 AM

Washington Times:
Attacks by Afghan ‘insiders’ double in past year;

NATO recalculation leads to new numbers

Politico:
Obama's EPA Pick Gina McCarthy Is Primed for Climate Fight

The Hill:
Obama to tap McCarthy to lead EPA, Moniz for Energy secretary

Military Times:
Navy announces drastic actions Saturday in the face of sequestration
4 Navy air wings grounded, 8 deployments canned

The Hill:
Sperling: GOP will cave on taxes after seeing ‘pain’ caused by sequester

Military Times:
Hagel on sequestration: DoD will adjust

Providence Journal:
Week after week, Sen. Whitehouse sounds the alarm on climate change

Fox News:
Sen. Menendez-sponsored bill could have aided donor's investment, report says

Chicago Sun-Times:
As Obamacare takes effect, doctors, others worry about what’s to come

New York Times:
Recovery in U.S. Is Lifting Profits, but Not Adding Jobs

Military Times:
Iran and Syria condemn U.S. plan to assist Syrian rebels

The Hill:
McCain, Graham 'hell-bent' on getting Benghazi answers before Brennan vote

Washington Times:
NBC is preparing to retire Jay Leno and move Jimmy Fallon into the coveted late-night spot.

New York Times:
To Stem Juvenile Robberies, Police Trail Youths Before the Crime

Washington Times:
Courts are likely to get last word on gun control
Legal challenges filed as laws enacted

Politico:
Woodward invites Sperling (and President Obama) to his house

Politico:
Ultra-assertive Obama adopts new strategy: Taking no prisoners
Practically daring Republicans to defy his wishes

Politico:
Obamacae won’t help much if psychiatrists, psychologists don’t accept insurance

Philly.com:
Bullied boy dies after punch in the face

Chicago Tribune:
One skier killed, another critically injured in Colorado avalanche

Washington Examiner:
Virginia seeks to become test site for drones, but also may ban them