Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, March 15, 2011

March 15, 2011 - 8:12 AM

Fox News:
Obama's priorities questioned; President urged to seize reins as crises pile up

Denver Post:
Denver City Council endorses 6.6 pay raise for elected officials
City faces $100 million budget shortfall for 2012

Los Angeles Times:
Resistance to second stopgap spending deal rises in Congress

Fox News:
White House urges Supreme Court to wait on health care law
Delay, delay: White House wants appeals court to rule first

Washington Post:
Poll: Nearly two-thirds of Americans say Afghan war isn’t worth fighting

San Francisco Chronicle:
Health insurance co. loses sensitive data for 2M people
Cannot account for several hard drives from a data center

Fox News:
Iran recruiting hackers for its cyber army to fight 'enemies'

Fox News:
Unions oppose EPA regulations for coal-fired plants; Layoffs feared

Houston Chronicle:
Japan's disaster chills plan for Texas nuclear plant

Los Angeles Times:
People have unreasonable fears of radiation, physicist says

Boston Globe:
Sen. Kerry urges debate on energy policy

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago first city where citizens can send photos, videos to 911

The Hill:
Medicare improperly paid $3.1M for erectile-dysfunction drugs, despite ban

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. lawmakers approve education program for teens caught 'sexting'
Would serve as alternative to prosecution

Arizona Republic:
County health plan requires employees to submit saliva to see if they smoke

The Hill:
Gun control no longer a dormant issue as Obama calls for dialogue

Palm Beach Post:
Disenfranchised West Palm Beach voters file lawsuit for new mayoral election

Boston Globe:
Lawmaker, 91, quits after comments on mentally disturbed people
Said they should be shipped to Siberia

Los Angeles Times:
Unpaid internships gain popularity among the jobless

Boston Globe:
College president calls an end to traditional Naked Quad Run
Risque race is too risky, Tufts decides

The Hill:
Reid 'offended' by GOP threat to block small business bill

Arizona Republic:
'Tea party' T-shirts OK at Arizona polls under deal

The Hill:
House intel panel chief calls WikiLeaks release ‘devastating’ to diplomacy

Washington Post:
Census finds more Hispanics than originally estimated

USA Today:
Gov. Haley Barbour's aide resigns after Japan joke

The Hill:
Former Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh (Ind.) will join Fox News as a paid contributor

Houston Chronicle:
NewsFix ready to shake up TV news
Channel 39's reconfigured newscast set to launch Saturday

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie signs bill allowing N.J. motorcycle dealers to sell on Sundays

Washington Times:
D.C. college students complain about stricter noise law
Law bans “unreasonably loud noise between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m."

Palm Beach Post:
Food fight at grocery bakery; Man charged with battery on elderly woman

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Hundreds turn out to oppose hydro-electric project
Threatens to destroy scenic views

Washington Post:
FDIC too slow to sue officers and directors at failed banks, critics say

Arizona Republic:
Sen. Russell Pearce explains Senate-banishment rules
Timelines given for someone's exclusion from chamber

San Francisco Chronicle:
Bohemian Club's 100-year logging permit revoked