Newspaper Roundup for Monday, September 14, 2009

September 14, 2009 - 8:08 AM
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Fox News:
Axelrod Says 'Tea Party' Protesters Are 'Wrong'
www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/09/13/axelrod-says-tea-party-protesters-wrong/
 
Los Angeles Times:
‘Some fear GOP is being carried to the extreme’

Politico:
Democrats imply Barack Obama foes are driven by racial prejudice
 
Los Angeles Times:
College cafeterias go trayless to cut down on food costs
 
Washington Post:
Democrats’ health care plan would get more support if public option were dropped
 
Boston Globe:
Boston University begins $10-million global health effort
Network of universities to focus on Third World

Fox News/AP:
China Calls for WTO Talks on U.S. Tire Tariffs
 
Denver Post:
Health care's hot topic: funding for abortions
 
USA Today:
White House panel making sure every government program does enough to benefit women
Women's rights a priority for Obama panel
 
Washington Post:
In Kandahar, a Taliban on the Rise
U.S., NATO Struggle to Check Insurgents in Key Afghan Area
 
Washington Post:
Media Notes: Establishment Media Outlets Missed Van Jones Story

Washington Times:
Bin Laden reportedly calls Obama 'powerless'
 
Washington Times/AP:
Vacancies remain at HHS, Treasury

USA Today:
Pace of new stimulus spending slows
 
Washington Post:
Freed Vietnamese blogger agrees to stop writing
 
USA Today:
MRSA 'superbug' found in ocean, public beaches
 
Washington Times:
U.N. to address rape as a tool of war
Clinton to lead session on humanity threat
 
USA Today:
Police: Body in Yale building assumed to be missing student
 
Fox News/AP:
Report: FBI Probing 'Stolen' Jackie Kennedy Note

Los Angeles Times:
Southern California universities acquire rare religious texts
 
Los Angeles Times:
Serena Williams is fined $10,500 for tirade at U.S. Open
 
Boston Globe/AP:
MIT to track 3,000 pieces of Seattle trash