Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 10, 2010

May 10, 2010 - 7:40 AM
New York Times:
Kagan's lack of judicial experience could be an issue
 
Fox News/AP:
Passenger detained in Pakistan after circuits found in shoes, says unsure how they got there
 
Washington Times:
Report details depravity of SEALs' accuser
 
Boston Globe:
Some blame teen's suicide on the pressures, limitations of his illegal status
 
Fox News:
Holder Warns Arizona Law Could Create 'Slippery Slope' Toward Racial Profiling
 
Washington Times:
Other states taking cue from Arizona law
Legislators call feds 'AWOL' on 'invaders'
 
The Hill:
Sen. Reid will not commit to reforming immigration this year
 
Boston Globe:
Obama and Kagen taught at the University of Chicago together
Replacing Stevens with Kagan not expected to alter court's ideological balance
 
USA Today:
Toyota hopes to price hydrogen cars at $50,000
 
USA Today:
Student's idea turns roadsides into biodiesel cash cropland
20-acre crop of safflower plants growing on previously unused municipal land
 
The Hill:
Three congressional committees open probe into oil spill
 
Washington Post:
Postal Service won't have enough money to make payroll come fall, Potter predicts
 
Washington Times:
In W.Va., Pelosi is target for Democrat
Anti-incumbent sentiment bodes ill for House speaker
 
USA Today:
'Tea Party' success in Utah sends warning
Ouster of incumbent Republican Sen. Bob Bennett seen as triumph for conservatives
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Sen. Arlen Specter's success may depend on Philadelphia
 
USA Today:
Green graduations: Cap and gown now recyclable
 
Boston Globe:
Massachusetts hunting for star teachers to work at toughest schools
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
In Chicago, violent crime down 11%, but homicide rate up 8%
 
Washington Times:
Spike in disability claims clogs overloaded system
 
USA Today:
New national service grads face dim job market
 
Fox News:
Wikipedia's Parent Company Starts Purging Porn From Its Websites
 
USA Today:
Greece's financial pain could ripple across USA
 
Fox News/AP:
EU Creates $1 Trillion Package to Save Euro
 
The Hill:
Karzai comes to U.S. as administration tries to smooth the waters
 
Los Angeles Times:
Cable-TV's mainstream shows are stepping up the sex
Soft-core porn is hot stuff on late night cable TV
 
Fox News/AP:
Betty White Shines on 'SNL' Debut
 
Washington Times/AP:
Tiger Woods withdraws from the Players Championship
May have bulging disk in his neck
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
US cancer costs double in nearly 20 years
 
Politico:
Jay Rockefeller says insurers are trying to weaken new health care law
 
Los Angeles Times:
California poised for tourism rebound
 
Los Angeles Times:
As demand for high school football coaches rise, salaries soar
 
Politico:
U.S. Sens. Vitter, Landrieu clash in Louisiana
 
Washington Post:
One man's database helps uncover cases of falsified valor
 
Washington Post:
Organic groceries coming to D.C.'s low-income areas
 
Washington Times:
Mexico extradites politician to U.S.
Former state governor suspected of smuggling cocaine
Arizona Republic:
U.S. not cracking down on immigrants with expired visas
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
New England fishermen say new rules will put them under
 
Baltimore Sun:
Gay youth center planned; Only one of its kind in Baltimore


Denver Post:
Snow expected along Front Range starting Tuesday night
 
Palm Beach Post:
Florida may sue to block cap on Gulf oil leak claims
 
Palm Beach Post:
Woman on motorcycle hit by wild turkey; seriously injured
 
Palm Beach Post:
Scientists: Oil slick almost certain to ride current to Palm Beach within weeks
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. auto repair shops steamed after buying expensive equipment as state dumps inspection rule
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch/LA Times:
WellPoint, Obama rift escalates
 
Baltimore Sun:
Md. teachers union challenges 'Race to the Top' application
 
Washington Post ombudsman:
Wash Post omits Sexual Orientation Even When It's Factor In Murder Case
 
Project seeks to save slave cabins
Preservationist to sleep at historic sites across S.C.
 
Sacramento Bee:
California prison behavior units aim to control troublesome inmates