Newspaper Roundup for Friday, February 1, 2013

February 1, 2013 - 10:16 AM

Fox News:
Another Benghazi? Report Warns of Threat to US Embassy in Kabul

Fox News:
Global medical company lays off 100 in US, blames ObamaCare

The Hill:
Sen. Carper: Expect White House cyber security order after State of the Union

Fox News:
Despite court ruling, EPA raises biofuel estimate
Federal court just threw out 2012 mandate for cellulosic biofuel

Politico:
$7 billion spent on 2012 campaign, FEC says

Chicago Sun-Times:
Murdered Chicago girl appeared in 2008 anti-gang video

Fox News:
Body found near car confirmed to be suspected Arizona gunman

Politico:
Abortion coverage: the new battleground for states

Chicago Sun-Times:
Killer mistakenly released from Cook County Jail

Politico:
Rand Paul planning Round 2 against TSA
Reintroducing bill to scale back TSA, privatize security at airports

The Hill:
Panetta to testify on Benghazi
Sen. Lindsey Graham said he'd place hold on Hagel unless Panetta testified

The Hill:
Reid fends off questions about Menendez allegations

Washington Times:
Congress gets 3½ months to run up debt

Washington Times:
Jihadist threat: ‘Earth-shattering’ payback for Mali
Just website bluster?

Washington Post:
Column: Chuck Hagel was bad. And it doesn’t matter.
He'll be confirmed

Fox News:
US mulls action against China cyberattacks

New York Times:
Timbuktu Endured Terror Under Harsh Shariah Law

Washington Times:
Police: No charges against Rep. Moran’s son from undercover video

Politico:
The new campaign: Obamacare for America
Former Obama campaign staffers trying to get people to buy insurance

Fox News:
Conservatives Launch Facebook Alternative

New York Times:
France Will Dim Its Lights to Conserve Energy

Politico:
Ex-NRA chief explains background-check reversal

New York Times:
Focus on Mental Health Laws to Curb Violence Is Unfair, Some Say

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Corbett's son-in-law, a Philly narcotics cop, is target of sting operation

The Hill:
Dem leader Reid: 'We are in a recovery'

The Local:
Resumption of Sweden's wolf hunt angers environmentalists
'A step towards reducing inbreeding and having a sustainable, healthy wolf population'