Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, July 18, 2013

July 18, 2013 - 9:55 AM

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. calls for firings in wake of cheating scandal in school lunch program


Philly.com:
School employees among those who lied to get free school lunches for their kids

New Hampshire Union Leader:
License plate cameras tracking millions of vehicles across nation remain illegal in NH

Deseret News:
Budget guide from McDonald's assumes two jobs

Washington Times:
House votes for delays on Obamacare; some Democrats give support to GOP move

Miami Herald:
Federal judges reinstate Guantánamo groin searches pending appeal

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Fatal fungus showing up in Midwestern pastures

Washington Times:
Proponents of religion push for more freedom of expression in the military

Politico:
DNA test: Rep. Steve Cohen not the father

Washington Times:
Former GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell told her tax records were breached

The Guardian:
Taliban's letter to Malala Yousafzai: this is why we tried to kill you

The Hill:
Black Dems ready racial profiling bill in response to Florida verdict

Washington Post (subscription needed)
Dispute halts flow of U.S. gear out of Afghanistan

Fox News:
Washington state man cites Biden’s advice in shooting case

The Hill:
Emboldened McCain eyes lead role in showdown over debt and deficit

Fox News:
Pregnant former Olympian collapses and dies in Connecticut, doctors save baby

Fox News:
Jerry Sandusky's son seeks to have name changed

Politico:
Marco Rubio stumbles
Immigration wasn't the game-changer he hopes it would be

Fox News:
Chicago lawmakers unanimously vote to beef up assault weapons ban

The Hill:
Bachmann says Treasury lying to Americans about the national debt

Fox News:
Families of Newtown shooting victims to receive $281,000 each

The Hill:
Parents of Trayvon Martin urge Obama to carefully review case

The Hill:
McCain, Graham meet with Obama on national security at White House

The Hill:
White House signals Obama may snub Putin over Snowden asylum

Deseret News:
Common Core opponents raise their voices at Utah Capitol