Newspaper Roundup for Friday, December 7, 2012

December 7, 2012 - 9:14 AM

Providence Journal:
Flu is widespread in RI; unimmunized health-care workers must wear masks

Washington Times:
Charities could be losers in tax plan; Proposal would end deductions

Providence Journal:
Brown U. student's backpack lock wins statewide business idea contest

Fox News:
EXCLUSIVE: FEMA teams told to 'sightsee' as Sandy victims suffered

Miami Herald:
Coast Guard repatriates 13 Cubans rescued by fishermen off Keys

Washington Post:
NFL players: Three-quarters own guns

Miami Herald:
U of Miami apologizing for a badly worded crime warning: “Black male on campus”
But UM’s text alert made no mention of an actual crime

Fox News:
Small tsunami waves hit Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture after strong earthquake

Washington Times:
Protesters swarm as Michigan pushes right-to-work measure
Police block off Capitol amid union backlash

Politico:
Darrell Issa's home robbed of $100K in jewelry
“The items that were taken were irreplaceable family heirlooms"

The Hill:
Ambassador: US working ‘day and night’ to keep Internet rules out of UN treaty

Washington Times:
Muslim Brotherhood inherits U.S. war gear
Cairo's military link to Washington remains intact

Politico:
Chris Christie nixes state-run insurance exchange

Politico:
Al Gore: Obama must ‘get moving’ on climate
Energy industry concerned Obama could pursue end-run on climate change rules

Fox News:
Energy industry concerned Obama could pursue end-run on climate change rules

Chicago Sun-Times:
Preckwinkle: Sorry for Reagan ‘special place in hell’ remark
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle angry about Reagan's war on drugs

Washington Post:
Why I won’t be cheering for old Notre Dame
University said to be lenient in pressing sexual assault cases

Washington Post:
New Orleans U.S. attorney resigns amid scandal over anonymous online postings

Washington Post:
National Geographic’s auction of images fetches $3.8 million
Included the Afghanistan girl

Washington Times:
Security plans developing for smaller inauguration

Arizona Republic:
ASU fraternities frustrate police in Tempe with mob violence