Newspaper Roundup for Friday, August 5, 2011

August 5, 2011 - 8:24 AM

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Liberal black Obama-backers organizing poverty tour
Plan to assess Obama's policies

USA Today:
Minority seniors hit harder by economic issues

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Former N.J. Gov. Jon Corzine rumored as possible replacement for Treasury Secretary Geithner

Los Angeles Times:
LAPD seizes drugs and weapons at medical marijuana dispensary
LAPD seizes 9 kilos of coke, 300 pot plants and weapons in raid

Fox News:
16 Countries, Including Mexico, File Briefs Against New Alabama Immigration Law

USA Today:
Recession: Oil falls to lowest level in 6 months

Fox News:
Report: Palestinian Authority using U.S. aid to pay salaries to jailed terror suspects

Philadelphia Daily News:
College professor kills himself in front of class
Dived headfirst over a railing

Politico:
DNC blasts 2012 GOP candidates for “failing to lead on the issues"
Trying to make 2012 race a referendum on leadership!

Politico:
Poll: Debt deal bad for John Boehner
The speaker’s disapproval rating is up 16 points from mid-April

Politico:
Romney signs marriage pledge

Los Angeles Times:
Stock plunge adds to challenges facing Obama's 2012 bid
Obama's team is pushing back against criticism of his handling of the economy

Boston Globe:
Recession fears pound stocks
Weak US economic growth, worldwide debt concerns send major indexes reeling

Washington Post:
A dangerous dynamic is taking hold

Politico:
IRS: 235,000 millionaires

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Cameras are helping Philadelphia nab illegal dumpers

Fox News:
Libyan Rebel Spokesman: NATO Raid Kills Qaddafi's Son

Fox News:
Debate Rages What to Do With Dead Trees Decimated by Pine Beetles

Denver Post:
Feds allow struggling sawmills to cancel unprofitable timber-sale contracts
Will allow sawmills to tackle beetle-killed trees instead

Politico:
Legitimacy of Media Matters’ tax-exempt status examined by Fox Business

Politico/Bloomberg:
Biden told Geithner to stay

Boston Globe:
Robber returns stolen items; Thief’s apology shocks police

Politico:
Hillary Clinton dishes to Glamour magazine
About resting up and staying awake for the cameras

Politico:
Jeb Bush: Lead or get out of the way on schools

Arizona Republic:
Patients may not be best judge of hospital quality

Los Angeles Times:
Potential jurors shouldn't be dismissed for being gay, court told

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Concern over racial profiling of Hispanic passengers at Newark airport continues

Boston Globe:
Romney picks right-wing icons as legal advisers

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
ACLU asks 50 N.J. police departments for guidelines they follow on cell phone tracking

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Bear 'attack' update: N.J. officials say kids' injuries were not caused by animal

Washington Times:
China’s ‘tea party’ grumbles over government waste

Washington Times:
Prince William County sues feds for status of illegal aliens it detained
Fatal DUI accident triggered action

Washington Post:
NFL to blood test for human growth hormone

USA Today:
Office equipment open to hacker attacks
Copiers, printers ripe targets for cyberthieves searching for sensitive business documents