Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, February 23, 2010

February 23, 2010 - 7:17 AM
Washington Post:
Broadband carriers speak out against FCC regulation
Say FCC regulation could deter their investments in broadband networks
 
Washington Times:
Mexican drug lord to be arraigned in U.S. federal court
Bloody cartel head accused of smuggling tons of cocaine, heroin  into U.S.
 
The Hill:
Senate sitting on 290 bills already passed by House; tension mounts

Washington Post:
EPA lays out timetable for regulating greenhouse gas emissions
 
Fox News:
New Climate Agency Head Tried to Suppress Data, Critics Charge
Head of Commerce Department's climate change office blasted by both sides

Washington Times:
Forecast for climate bill is cloudy
Baucus says cap-and-trade measure 'not getting head of steam'
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Gas prices to top $3
 
Politico:
Airport scanners bought with stimulus funds still in storage
 
Washington Times:
CBO: Obama health bill too vague to estimate costs
Congress' budget scorekeeper can't put a price tag on it
 
Washington Post:
Obama stays on offense with health-care proposal
 
The Hill:
House Democratic lawmaker faults Obama for being ‘too patient'
 
Washington Post:
Solar power project in Mojave Desert gets $1.4 billion boost from stimulus funds
 
Fox News/AP:
U.S. Launches Criminal Probe Into Toyota Safety
 
New York Times:
Lawmakers’ Ties to Toyota Questioned at Start of Inquiries
 
Washington Post:
Virginia Delegate Marshall says abortion remark misconstrued; Apologizes
Says birth defects a punishment from God
 
Washington Times:
Joint Chiefs Chairman Mike Mullen wary of attacks on Iran nukes
Sees 'unintended consequences'
 
Boston Globe:
Boston seeks ways to increase safety at small stores
 
Washington Post:
Swine flu wanes, but experts say pandemic strain could reemerge
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Sen. Lieberman readies bill to repeal 'don't ask, don't tell'
 
Los Angeles Times:
Parents cleared of false allegations remain on California's child abuser list
 
Boston Globe:
Town official wants colleagues to stop texting at meetings
 
USA Today:
Cash-for-clunkers rebates offered on new appliances
 
Washington Times:
Taliban fighters hinder NATO offensive
Snipers, bombs slow progress
 
BBC:
Karzai power grab sparks Western concern
 
BBC:
Riots over Israeli claim to West Bank heritage sites
 
Fox News:
Canadian Nuke Scientist Vanishes With 'Absolutely No Trace'
 
Politico:
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee to highlight contentious House Republican races
Effort to stoke GOP divisions
 
Politico:
ACORN is dissolving as a national structure
State and local chapters splitting off from the underfunded, controversial national group
 
Politico:
Michael Steele's spending spree angers donors
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
High blood pressure a low priority for doctors, report says
 
Fox News:
Delaware Pediatrician Indicted on 400 Criminal Child Molestation Counts
 
New York Times:
New Gay Theater Has More Love Than Politics
Gay characters in love stories replacing direct political messages
 
Washington Post:
Under the world's greatest cities, earthquakes lurk
 
BBC:
Broadband tax condemned as 'unfair' by British MPs
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Sen. Judd Gregg says it's time to simplify income tax
Plan would reduce number of individual tax brackets from six to three

Denver Post:
Colorado's high court rejects voter-approved ban on campaign contributions
 
Denver Post:
Wyoming school district bans Anti-Defamation League's anti-hate banners

St. Louis Post-Dispatch/NY Times:
Tufts University sizes up applicants on YouTube
 
Arizona Republic:
Bill to give married couples advantage in adoption
 
Denver Post:
Colorado looks at overlapping programs at colleges, universities
 
Baltimore Sun:
Man pleads guilty in alleged gang killing
Members thought victim was gay, prosecutors say