Newspaper Roundup for Aug. 4, 2009

August 4, 2009 - 5:56 AM
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Washington Post:
Top Cybersecurity Aide At White House Resigns
Points to Obama’s delay in appointing a cybersecurity coordinator
 
Fox News:
White House Counsel's Job Is at Stake
Rocky tenure for Gregory Craig

Denver Post:
Idea of urban bike parks gains traction along Colorado’s Front Range
Bringing the backcountry sports experience to the front country
 
USA Today:
States give cyclists room to ride
 
Denver Post:
Denver City Council OKs protecting views from Coors Field
Property owner says restriction will cost him $1 million

Washington Times:
Gun foes see new hope with Sotomayor
Aim to break grip of NRA

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Christie widens lead over Corzine in new poll
 
Washington Times:
Republicans closing gap in polls
Showing gains in races for Congress, governor

Boston Globe:
Boston disease trackers unveil ‘safer-sex campaign’ for adolescents
Using teens’ preferred modes of communication: Facebook, YouTube, cable channels
 
Washington Post:
Saudi School Expansion Approved
Zoning Exemption Opposed by Some Neighbors, Activists
 
Washington Times:
U.S. seeks to protect Iran terror group
Iraqis urged to keep camp

New York Times:
Obama is not moderating Bush administration’s tough policy on immigration enforcement
Recent blitz of measures antagonizes immigrant groups and Obama’s Hispanic supporters

New  York Times:
Obama Administration Weighs in on State Secrets, Raising Concern on the Left
 
Boston Globe:
Harold and Howard Koh: Washington’s power brothers
Kohs shape policy in law and health
 
Houston Chronicle:
Visit Mexico City and get health care free
Just pay for the vacation

Politico:
Environmental movement can be harnessed to boost economic prosperity and cure urban ills
So says Obama’s green jobs czar

Washington Post:
Strategy On Flu Under Revision
U.S. Officials to Put Less Emphasis on School Closings

Los Angeles Times:
Pneumonia vaccine may help limit swine flu deaths

Boston Globe:
Police say driver in sixth DUI had brandy in his lap
‘This is what I do,’ he allegedly told police
 
Politico:
Democrats’ face voter backlash on summer recess

Politico:
Clock ticking on bipartisan Senate health care bill
Top Dems give Baucus’ committee until Sept. 15 to strike bipartisan deal

Politico:
Republicans see chance for North Dakota Senate seat

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Democrat Rep. Joe Sestak ready to announce he'll take on Specter
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Navy to build warfare training area off Jacksonville

Houston Chronicle:
ICE nabs 25 foreign-born sex offenders in Houston area
 
Washington Times:
Mental illness tidal wave swamps New Orleans
City's care system shrinking, coming undone

Boston Globe:
State warns on bottles with BPA
Chemical may pose danger for children;

BBC:
Australia detains terror suspects
Group planning to attack army base

New Jersey Star-Ledger/AP:
Terrorism drill focuses on waters near Verrazano Bridge

BBC:
Domestic dog origins challenged