Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 17, 2013

April 17, 2013 - 9:10 AM

Politico:
Senate to vote Wednesday on gun control

Los Angeles Times:
Chinese firm to open bus factory on U.S. soil
Will build plug-in electric buses

Los Angeles Times:
Panel rules immigrants in S. Calif. can't be held indefinitely

Washington Post:
Washington Post praises McCain's 'sanity' on gun control
Senator says he's "very favorably disposed” toward the Manchin-Toomey compromise

Philly.com:
Gosnell jury hears of woman's death

Washington Times op-ed:
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas): Senate immigration bill a good deal for illegal
The Senate amnesty treats them better than the law-abiding

Los Angeles Times:
'Arab Spring,' once an inspiration, now a more cautionary tale

Los Angeles Times:
Fairy-tale wedding will cost tech billionaire about $10 million

Politico:
Ex-wife accuses Mark Sanford of trespassing

Washington Times:
Puzzled ‘Today Show’ hosts on Reagan’s popularity: He must be a liberal

Politico:
New Zealand lawmakers approve gay-marriage bill

Washington Post:
Smithsonian, National Archives adjusting summer hours because of budget cuts

New York Times:
More College Applicants Aren’t Welcome Till Winter

Military Times:
Auditors find low enrollment in veterans' jobs program

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Girl Scouts target bullying with new program

Denver Post:
Aspen has evolved into a hub of Colorado's marijuana industry
With homegrown board game called Colorado Cannabis Craze

Denver Post:
40 percent of Colorado high school grads need remediation before college
Down from 41.4 percent the year before

New York Times:
F.D.A. Bars Generic OxyContin
Decision is also likely to result in higher prices for OxyContin

Politico:
Experts have long warned about IEDs in U.S.

Politico:
Obama pivots from Boston to NASCAR

Politico:
Schumer, McCain: Obama supports our immigration bill

USA Today:
Millennial couples more likely to buy a house together before marrying

USA Today:
North Dakota governor signs 'fetal pain' measure

Politico:
Keystone Pipeline fans, foes make their cases

USA Today:
'Pretty Brown Girl' doll biz sparks movement

UK Telegraph:
Boston Marathon bombs: third victim identified as Chinese student

Politico:
Report: U.S. tortured detainees

Military Times:
Auditors find low enrollment in veterans' jobs program