Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 5, 2009

February 5, 2009 - 8:23 AM
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Deseret News:
Utah's polygamous communities becoming more politically active

Boston Globe:
Bill would limit midday shadows on Boston parks
Check on ‘vertical growth
 
Washington Times:
RFK Jr.: Hog farmers worse threat than bin Laden
 
Fox News:
Bill Gates Unleashes Swarm of Mosquitoes on Crowd
Making a point about Third-World malaria
 
USA Today:
Executive pay cap could have unintended consequences
 
Washington Times:
DEA continues pot raids that Obama opposes
President vowed to end policy
 
Rocky Mountain News:
Meth's toll cited as $1.4 billion in Colorado

Rocky Mountain News:
Man with Klingon sword goes on crime spree in Colorado Springs
 
Washington Post:
Obama contends with ‘a different emotion among Americans – anger’
 
Boston Globe:
Stimulus funding for arts hits nerve
Some doubt it would create jobs

Boston Globe:
US more vulnerable now, says Cheney
 
Fox News:
Mexican Drug Cartels Armed to the Hilt, Threatening National Security
 
Fox News:
CIA Nominee Panetta Received $700,000 in Speaking and Consulting Fees
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Illinois sheriffs back concealed carry of guns, with limits
 
Washington Times:
Daschle gave speech on tax cheats
 
Washington Post:
Deluge Is Holding Up Benefits to Unemployed
Decline in Funding Forces Staff Cuts as Claims Swell

Boston Globe:
R.I. ponders buying out ailing casino
 
BBC:
Swedish government lifts ban on nuclear reactors

Boston Globe:
Group censures Iraq death toll researcher

Boston Globe:
Nominee pledges to distance himself further from Raytheon

Denver Post:
Interior Secretary Salazar halts Utah energy leases
 
Washington Post:
‘Holder Seen as a Chance To Right Racial Wrongs’

Washington Post:
Holocaust Denier Is Ordered To Recant
Otherwise, Vatican Says, Cleric Can't Come Back
 
Washington Post/AP:
AP alleges copyright infringement of Obama image
 
Washington Post:
Desiree Rogerts is first African American social secretary at the White House
‘The sort of woman who makes other women want to touch up their lipstick’
 
USA Today:
Congress postpones digital TV transition to June
 
USA Today:
Economy not sole cause of baffling 'familicide' cases
 
Houston Chronicle:
Economic downturn catches up with oil refiners
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger/AP:
Campus “juice” gossip Web site shut down