Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, September 17, 2013

September 17, 2013 - 10:08 AM
Fox News:
California poised to become first state to impose full ban on lead bullets

Washington Times:
Obama was warned of earlier chemical attacks in Syria, stayed mum until deaths hit masses

Chicago Sun-Times:
Islamic group sues Des Plaines for rejecting planned mosque

Washington Times:
Investigators: Aaron Alexis may have picked up and used victims’ weapons

Washington Post:
Backers of D.C. ‘living wage’ bill make eleventh-hour bids for council override

Washington Times:
Secret Service arrests man for tossing firecrackers at White House

Politico:
IRS workers turn to elite D.C. lawyers for defense

Washington Times:
Obama, Feinstein reignite fight for gun control after Navy Yard shooting

Washington Post:
D.C. Superior Court expands wedding bureau to handle demand since same-sex benefits ruling

Washington Times:
Miss South Carolina embarrasses her state with trailer joke

Chicago Tribune:
Porn group lifts moratorium on filming but orders extra HIV/STD tests

The Hill:
Lawmaker demands DOD provide details on base security

Philly.com:
Yosemite, Great Smoky top US parks for pot busts

Denver Post:
Colorado and industry working to assess damage in flooded oil fields

Philly.com:
Federal rule aims to crack down on online puppy sales

Fox News:
Lawyers: Fort Hood gunman's victims might not get any money

Los Angeles Times:
UC leases housing at $9,950 a month for president Napolitano

Providence Journal:
Providence teacher's aide gives marijuana as gift to Principal of the Year

The Hill:
Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) emerges as fierce advocates for eliminating the sequester

New York Times:
Students Accused of Cheating Return Awkwardly to a Changed Harvard

The Hill:
Franchise owners plead for relief on ObamaCare

Denver Post:
Estes Park could remain isolated for an extended period

New Hampshire Union Leader:
NH joins fishing limits lawsuit against Commerce secretary

Libya Herald:
Weaponry plundering prompts US to withdraw military trainers in Libya
US equipment was stolen in raid by unidentified militia on a US base in Tripoli