Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, July 28, 2011

July 28, 2011 - 8:12 AM

Denver Post:
White House courts religious leaders to help people in need

Politico:
What's Obama doing? Day 3 with no public appearances scheduled

Los Angeles Times:
Judge moves to block San Francisco vote on circumcision ban
Says only the state is allowed to regulate medical procedures

Boston Globe:
Doctors in Boston seeing more hungry and skinny young children in ER
Say families can't afford enough healthy food to feed their children

Los Angeles Times:
Too much airbrushing: Make-up ads banned in U.K. for being misleading

Houston Chronicle:
Colorado moves death-row inmates so they can exercise outdoors

Fox News:
Federal Judge Tosses Suit Opposing Obama Funding of Stem Cell Research

Denver Post:
Protection for three wildflowers will crimp oil and gas projects in Colo.
Federal biologists designate 54,036 acres as "critical habitat" for flowers

Chicago Sun-Times:
Tea Party Rep. Joe Walsh sued for $100,000 in child support

Houston Chronicle:
Perry unsure of his role at his own prayer rally
Governor says he 'may be ushering, for all I know' at event

Palm Beach Post:
Homeland Security's CBP running ads against sex slavery
Six U.S. cities getting new Anti-Trafficking Coordination Teams.

Chicago Sun-Times:
Milk Board Scraps Ad Campaign to Promote Milk as Cure for PMS

USA Today:
Some hotels use RFID chips to keep linens from checking out

Denver Post:
Health insurers seek to cut unnecessary ER visits, costs

Fox News:
California Good Samaritan Shot While Delivering Food to Homeless

Fox News:
'Swift Boat' Veteran Who Defended Kerry Stripped of Silver Star

Arizona Republic/AP:
Palin heading to Iowa, stoking speculation of bid

Politico:
Herman Cain hosts meeting with Muslim leaders

Fox News:
Lesbians asked to reverse pro-gay-marriage shirt at Dollywood
To avoid offending others

Washington Post:
Boehner orders Republicans to fall in line on debt plan

Washington Post:
Obama, White House seek to reassure base on debt ceiling talks

Washington Post:
McCain erupts: Conservatives are lying to America

Washington Post:
Automakers, Obama administration agree on fuel efficiency standards through 2025

Washington Times:
Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry’s son pleads guilty to drug possession in D.C.

Arizona Republic:
Bill would rename Border Patrol station for slain agent Brian Terry

Arizona Republic:
Arizona sheriffs tell border panel they need more help

Washington Times:
Pentagon rejects call to halt spy flights near China

Washington Times:
D.C. bike-sharing program crippled by own success

USA Today:
Dunkin' Donuts IPO makes a scorching debut

Washington POst:
Administration rebuffs Democrats Wyden, Udall on FISA surveillance query
Can't say how many Americans' communications may have been monitored under the statute

Houston Chronicle:
CPS takes baby after mom's arrest at strip club

Miami Herald:
Former Miami drug trafficker now an accused Medicare scammer