Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, June 21, 2012

June 21, 2012 - 8:05 AM

Fox News:
Justice Dept. retracts second statement to Congress on Fast and Furious
Second time Justice got its facts wrong in gun probe

Fox News:
House committee slashes funding for scandal-plagued GSA

Politico:
AP poll: Obama 47, Romney 44

Washington Times:
Congress won’t let Panetta close bases
FY 2013 spending bills deny Panetta’s request for a Base Realignment and Closure Commission

The Hill:
Romney sees Midwest as path to presidency

Fox News:
NBC ignores Andrea Mitchell's distortion of Romney's comments
'Wawagate' furor

Washington Times:
Immigration decision alters campaigns’ focus
Deportation will be a hot topic at Florida conference

Fox News:
Louisiana forces sex offenders to reveal their status on Facebook

Fox News:
Volunteer police chaplains told not to invoke Jesus

The Hill:
GOP seeks to punish vulnerable Senate Dems for voting to uphold EPA rule

Politico:
GOP attacks forcing White House to hold back environmental regulations, lawmakers say

Houston Chronicle:
Air Force base commander removed amid sex scandal

Houston Chronicle:
Angelina Jolie donates $100,000 to the United Nations

Washington Times:
Washington’s personal copy of Constitution could sell for millions
Auction to be held Friday

The Hill:
Obama campaign spent more than it raised in May

Washington Times:
White House ignites a full-fledged constitutional showdown

The Hill:
GOP Rep. Smith presses Obama on legality of new deportation rules

New York Times:
Editorial: Holder and Issa, 'A Pointless Partisan Fight'

Washington Post:
In D.C., HIV infection rate nearly doubles for some poor black women

Chicago Tribune:
Teens under 17 still face arrest, not tickets, under mayor's pot plan

Washington Post:
Edward Klein defends his Obama biography, ‘The Amateur’

Chicago Tribune:
Poll showing Obama 13 points ahead raises eyebrows

Washington Times:
Private groups in Illinois ‘proud’ to defend traditional marriage law
State officials refuse to defend the law

Washington Post:
Census Bureau: Millions more Americans shared households in face of recession

New York Times:
"Fox & Friends” is a high-decibel megaphone pointing directly at the Republican base
'Powerful platform for some of the most strident attacks on President Obama'

Washington Post:
Ann Curry bumped from NBC's Today show amid ratings slide

New York Times:
Blacks Miss Out as Jobs Rebound in New York City

USA Today:
Arizona county rejects funds for Obama birth probe

Providence Journal:
Report: Woman treated for alcohol poisoning after party hosted by Chafee's underage son