Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 2, 2009

February 2, 2009 - 8:54 AM
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Houston Chronicle:
A rebirth in embryonic stem cell research
Obama poised to lift restrictions, and Texas scientists stand ready
 
Arizona Republic/AP:
Octuplets mom obsessed with having kids
 
Los Angeles Times:
Hi, I'm Jill Biden. But please, call me Dr. Biden
 
Arizona Republic:
Tucson station: Porn clip interrupts Super Bowl
 
Washington Post:
Virginia Is the First State With Widespread Reports of Flu
 
USA Today:
‘As economic fears rise, families on verge of unraveling’
 
USA Today:
New GOP chair comes out swinging
Says Republicans should put the brakes on Democratic initiatives
 
Washington Times:
GOP senators scrutinize Daschle nomination
 
USA Today:
As recession ravages their assets, the rich retrench
 
Washington Times:
Shooting death fuels debate over guns
 
Washington Times:
El Paso asks federal government to begin nat’l dialogue on ending ‘prohibition of narcotics’
Passage of resolution leaves some speechless
 
Boston Globe:
Choice of Gregg would not hurt GOP, McConnell says
Hints balance could remain same in Senate
 
Politico.com:
House GOP bullish at Va. Retreat
 
Los Angeles Times:
For an illegal immigrant, getting into UCLA was the easy part
 
Boston Globe:
Colombians in Boston seek temporary protected status
 
BBC:
Heavy snow hits much of Britain
 
Washington Post:
Business Brisk at Area Libraries
In Bad Times, Free Resources Are a Hot Commodity
 
Boston Globe:
Welfare rolls decline even as economy falls
 
BBC:
Public cost of premature babies
 
Boston Globe:
As economy sinks, police see rising tide of counterfeit currency
 
Houston Chronicle:
Why tracking predators online can hinge on ‘luck’
Suspects getting more sophisticated, authorities say
 
Houston Chronicle/AP:
Report: Most elected officials refuse DWI tests when stopped
 
USA Today:
'Two nobodies from nowhere' craft winning Super Bowl ad for Doritos
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Super Bowl ads took violent, sentimental turns
 
Jerusalem Post:
ICC to look into Israeli 'war crimes'