Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, March 29, 2011

March 29, 2011 - 7:47 AM

Fox News:
New rules would label millions more American workers as disabled
EEOC add autism, diabetes, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder

Fox News:
Pressure mounts for probe into Obama administration’s botched gun-trafficking sting
ATF funneled weapons to Mexico

The Hill:
Obama: Libya is no Iraq

The Hill:
McCain: Gadhafi must be 'somewhat comforted' by Obama's speech

USA Today:
Obama: U.S. has 'strategic interest' in stopping Gadhafi

Washington Post:
Wash Post opinion writer sees 'echoes of JFK' in Obama's speech
'This was a Kennedy-esque speech'

The Hill:
GOP memo: Wall Street reform to cost federal agencies $1 billion in first year
11 agencies are charged with implementing the Wall Street overhaul

Washington Post:
Despite pressure to reduce national debt, few in Congress use payback program

Fox News:
Administration lacked "effective" communications system during BP oil spill
New Coast Guard report says WH restricted release of "timely, accurate information"

Chicago Sun-Times:
U-Illinois professor’s male bias theory to play big role in Wal-Mart case
Assumptions that women are less ambitious, more interested in family than career

Fox News:
Qaddafi's inner circle shows signs of cracking, senior U.S. official says

Fox News:
Justice Elena Kagan Speaks Out on Public Financing of Elections

The Hill:
AT&T merger could swell ranks of union that backs Democrats
T-Mobile USA's non-union employees will become part of Communications Workers of America

Politico:
Medicare set to rule on whether it will pay for very expensive immunotherapy drug
Political headaches expected whichever way the decision goes

USA Today:
Saudi student in Texas denies U.S. bomb plot

Denver Post:
One-fourth of Colorado banks ailing

Washington Times:
Administration proposes banks spend $20 billion to fix botched foreclosures

Arizona Republic:
Activists slam Go Daddy CEO for elephant hunt

Politico:
Rubio: 'I'm not running' in 2012

Politico:
Back home, Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) is under the gun
Former mayor of Providence under fire over city's $110 million projected budget deficit

Politico:
Trump fails to produce authentic birth certificate

Politico:
P.J. Crowley: No regrets on speaking out
But he didn't think it would go as far as it did

Politico:
Former Rep. Patrick Kennedy is engaged

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. state revenue to grow by more than $1B next year, non-partisan agency says

Washington Times:
Border Patrol union criticizes Janet Napolitano’s reassurance on 'safe' U.S. border
Says her comments are “wrong and give citizens a false sense of security.”

Palm Beach Post:
Governor Scott creates 'strike force' to go after pills mills, drug pushers

Arizona Republic:
Maricopa County shifting meth strategy, targeting smuggling

Fox News:
7 bodies found in car abandoned in central Mexico