Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, March 4, 2010

March 4, 2010 - 7:44 AM
Los Angeles Times:
Texas-based refiners pledge to fund fight against California's global warming law

Washington Post:
Transcript reveals anger of AIG employees toward politicians, public
 
Washington Times:
New issues push Iraq off radar for Obama, press
War fades to background as other problems predominate
 
Fox News/AP:
Afghan Officials Say Former Gitmo Detainee Now a Taliban Commander
 
Washington Post/Reuters:
Dutch anti-Islam leader is major winner in polls
Geert Wilders scored major gains in local authority polls Thursday
 
Fox News/London Times:
Muslim Woman Refuses Body Scan at British Airport
 
Fox News/National Enquirer:
Federal Grand Jury Set to Indict John Edwards, Report Claims
 
Washington Post:
Landmark gun curb faces test in Virginia Senate
Senators will consider measure reversing the one-gun-a-month law
 
Fox News:
Gun controllers, open-carry activists take their fight to Starbucks
Coffee chain urged to ban guns on its premises
 
Washington Post:
Republican fundraising document portrays Democrats as evil
Fundraising appeal caricatured President Obama as the Joker
 
Politico:
Rep. Hoyer knew of sexual harrassment allegations against Massa
 
Washington Times:
Health care bill rekindles abortion battle
 
Politico:
John Boehner skeptical of deficit commission
 
Los Angeles Times:
FDA issues warnings on food labels
Seventeen companies are asked to change misleading claims on health and nutrition
 
Washington Times:
Both sides seek to rewrite stimulus law
Wind-energy grants targeted
 
Washington Post:
U.S. backs international trade ban on Atlantic bluefin tuna
Could lead to the most sweeping trade restrictions ever imposed on the fish
 
Washington Times:
Treasury fails on transparency rules; Department falters on Geithner's promise
 
Boston Globe:
Teacher firings ripple past Central Falls’ border
Educators, Obama watch R.I. school
 
Washington Post:
Rhode Island school nears compromise on mass teacher firings
Compromise could preserve jobs and overhaul the school
 
Boston Globe:
Children Without Borders in trademark dispute vs. Doctors Without Borders
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Family facing deportation breakup wins reprieve
 
Fox News/AP:
Sex Harassment Claims Filed by Men Doubled in Last 20 Years
 
Boston Globe:
Woman charged in assault on parking officer for throwing hot coffee
 
Washington Post:
House Democrats stymied on successor to Rangel
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Philly mayor proposes 2-cent-per-ounce sweet-drink tax
 
USA Today:
How cybercriminals invade social networks, companies
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Guatemala arrests show depth of drug corruption
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Denny's apologizes for ad joking about the Irish Potato Famine
Infuriated the Irish
 
Fox News:
Disgraced Florida Rep. Foley Opens Consignment Shop to Sell Collectibles
 
New York Times:
Book on Spitzer’s Downfall Sets Off Angry Replies
 
Fox News:
With Troubles Mounting, Paterson Unlikely to Survive Term, Analysts Say
 
Los Angeles Times:
Rallies to focus on cutbacks in education
Protests by students, parents and faculty members are planned at state campuses and in Sacramento
 
New York Times:
Darwin foes wants schools to teach dissenting views on global Warming and evolution
 
USA Today:
Fed proposes limits on credit card penalty fees
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
LA County sheriff says early releases 'inevitable'
Denver Post:
Salazar: No 'hidden federal agenda' to unilaterally designate national monuments across the West
 
Houston Chronicle:
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison feeling GOP pressure not to resign
Senate decision likely will depend on her 2 children, a close friend says
 
Palm Beach Post:
Rifle-toting public jams sheriff's gun range