Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, May 11, 2010

May 11, 2010 - 6:30 AM
Fox News:
World Health Organization Moving Ahead on Billions in Internet and Other Taxes
Could involve same kind of wealth transfers as the failed climate summit would have
 
Washington Times:
Coburn wants to certify bills are read
Colleagues OK without pondering
 
Washington Post:
Obama wants federal agencies to ease, speed up hiring process
 
Washington Times:
Lawsuit wants SEC to ID porn snoopers
'No privacy right,' filing claims
 
Washington Times:
Iran's meddling in Afghanistan 'not significant'
McChrystal's views, Pentagon report differ
 
Washington Times:
Sen. Arlen Specter loses lead week before primary
 
New York Times:
Debt Aid Package for Europe Took Nudge From Washington
Obama pressed Germany's Merkel to try something big
 
Washington Times/AP:
Medical pot dispensaries firebombed in Montana
'Not in our town'
 
Los Angeles Times:
L.A.'s gun buy-back program collects more than 2,500 weapons
 
Fox News/AP:
Referendum drives targeting Arizona's new immigration law dropped
 
New York Times:
Florida Suit Poses a Challenge to Health Care Law
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
American man found dead in northern Mexico
 
Washington Times:
Mexican official accused of helping to get drugs into U.S.
Charged with ordering Mexican state police to guard smugglers
 
Los Angeles Times:
Welfare system could cause Israel to collapse, economist warns
 
The Hill:
Democrats poised to vote on bills with high price tags
 
Washington Times:
Reagan likely to be put on 3rd postage stamp
 
Washington Post:
Abortion could be sleeper issue in Supreme Court confirmation process
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Elena Kagan's Chicago ties
 
The Hill:
Pennslyvania's Sestak uses the Supreme Court announcement to his advantage
 
Boston Globe:
Raw-milk advocates rally for access to their drink
 
Seattle Times:
New state candy tax is a grab bag of exceptions
Products that use grain-based flour aren't candy under new tax law passed last month
 
Fox News:
Student Gets Detention for Possessing Piece of Candy
 
Boston Globe:
City of Lawrence may lay off 70 in police, fire departments
Job cuts to help balance budget
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Security cameras added at S. Phila. High
 
Washington Post:
Failed N.Y. attack highlights mistrust that still marks U.S.-Pakistani relations
 
USA Today/Arizona Republic:
Phoenix may lose $90M in hotel, convention business because of immigration fallout
 
Washington Post/AP:
Protesters blast Haiti president's quake response
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Growing number of customer question accuracy of PG&E 'smart meters'
PG&E has admitted finding problems in more than 43,300 meters
 
USA Today:
Homeowners charged for cost of removing winter's snow
 
Fox News:
Seniors May Now Pray Before Meals at Georgia Center
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago's black population drops to third in nation
 
Politico:
Incumbent watch: Who's next to go?
 
Politico:
Primaries Tuesday in W. Va., Nebraska
 
The Hill:
Union sees immigration reform as winning issue for Democrats
 
Seattle Times:
Electron Boy's amazing power felt worldwide
 
Houston Chronicle:
Home-schooling is so popular some getting suspicious
 
Palm Beach Post:
Judge condemns Home Depot for treatment of inventor, awards $3 million punitive damages
 
Baltimore Sun:
Md. voters narrowly favor same-sex marriage in new poll

Arizona Republic:
Professors giving less weight to final exams
Frequent quizzes, earlier feedback, less cramming believed to improve learning
 
New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Gas surge shut well a couple of weeks before Gulf oil spill
 
Sacramento Bee:
Teamwork needed to quell gang violence, U.S. official says