Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 9, 2009

February 9, 2009 - 9:00 AM
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Los Angeles Times:
Neighbors oppose Museum of Tolerance expansion
 
Washington Post:
If Stimulus Spending Is Swift, Oversight May Suffer
Plan's Pace Could Leave Billions Wasted
 
Washington Post Op-Ed:
Arlen Specter: Why I Support the Stimulus
 
Washington Times:
'Bloated spending' ricochets on GOP
Democrats reject Republicans' reasons
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Stimulus: Pelosi seeks to add jobs, state aid
 
Washington Post:
Obama Meets The Press, But Cautiously
Events Sometimes Undercut Efforts at Message Control
 
Washington Post:
GOP Sees Positives In Negative Stand
Leaders Seize On Spending Issue
 
Washington Times Analysis:
Democrats’ 'doom' talk scored as 'not presidential'
 
Poses risk for 'Yes, we can' candidate 
 
Washington Post/Reuters:
Militants killing laughter and music in Pakistan region
 
Washington Post:
Mexican General Who Joined Anti-Drug Fight Is Seized, Slain in Cancun
 
Los Angeles Times:
Mexico: Families want answers from man who says he dissolved 300 people
 
Boston Globe:
R.I. gun advocates seek lawsuit to ease permit standards
 
Pastors battling to save financial souls
Program teaches churchgoers how to budget, eliminate debt
 
USA Today:
Recession limits Americans' ability to find work by moving
 
Boston Globe:
Slow down to increase mileage and save on gas, EPA tells drivers
 
Washington Post:
Bible used by Lincoln, Obama goes on view in DC
 
USA Today:
Areas of Kentucky dark 2 weeks after storm
 
Washington Post:
Fliers will warn Ky. residents of peanut concerns
 
USA Today:
$3.9B in hurricane aid still unspent
 
USA Today:
Chase adds fee for some customers who carry balances for long periods
 
Los Angeles Times:
California lawmakers using campaign cash for luxuries
 
Jerusalem Post:
Hamas trying to influence election with rocket attacks
 
Jerusalem Post:
UK gov't official in anti-Semitism storm
 
BBC:
Iran's Khatami to run for office
 
BBC:
US warns North Korea over missile
 
Fox News/AP:
Octuplets' Grandmother Calls Daughter's Actions 'Unconscionable'
 
Rocky Mountain News:
Fatal accident raises concerns over dementia and driving
 
BBC:
Afghan people losing confidence
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Berkeley set to allow cremains within city