Newspaper Roundup for Friday, February 11, 2011

February 11, 2011 - 7:29 AM

Denver Post:
Intelligence officials say U.S. power grid is top target for terrorists
Major cyberattack somewhere in U.S. becoming increasingly possible

The Hill:
Napolitano invites congressional leadership to visit U.S.-Mexico border

Boston Globe:
Mass. health insurers pushed to cut rates for low-income residents
Insurance plans would offer much narrower choice of hospitals, physicians

Washington Post:
Enrollment in high-risk insurance pools lagging behind predictions

Politico:
CBO: Health law to cut workforce by 800,000
Some people will no longer have to work just to afford health insurance

Boston Globe:
Obama's unconfirmed health care official defends law amid GOP grilling
Berwick: 'I’ve never been more optimistic about the health care system in our country'

NY Times: Obama Tested on Whether to Break With Mubarak

Wash Post: Mubarak defiance puts U.S. on the defensive

Politico: White House regroups after Mubarak shocker

Washington Post:
CIA director's comments underscore U.S. confusion about events unfolding in Egypt

Fox News:
Saudis Fault Obama on Egyptian Crisis

Washington Times:
Giffords is seen as shoo-in for Kyl’s seat; Considered run before shooting

New York Times:
Montana House votes to repeal the state’s 6-year-old medical marijuana law
Arguments about medical use seen as pretext for encouraging recreational use

Los Angeles Times:
Rare disease or not, Colorado teen can't have medical pot at school, not even a lozenge

Los Angeles Times:
House Republicans see timely target in Planned Parenthood
Jump at the chance to cut off its funding

Denver Post:
Obama administration unveil sweeping new plan to manage national forests
"Multiple uses" OK, but priority is improving forest health and resilience

The Hill:
Dem leaders shy away from hike on gas tax despite party support

NY Times:
More hospitals refusing to hire smokers
Want to boost worker productivity, reduce health care costs, encourage healthier living

Arizona Republic:
Arizona to countersue feds over immigration issues

Los Angeles Times:
Rising interest rates stir debate on Fed's easy-money policy

Baltimore Sun:
City leaders press for tougher gun laws
Officer wounded by bullet testifies on behalf of legislation

USA Today:
Tea Party flexes muscle at conservative conference

Houston Chronicle:
Baylor geneticists warn DNA testing can detect incest, raise ethical issues

Baltimore Sun:
Md. lawmakers want arsenic removed from chicken feed

Providence Journal:
R.I. Human Rights Cmsn. rules that drug chain's job application discriminates
Questionnaire with 100 'attitudinal questions' may discourage some job-seekers

Houston Chronicle:
FEMA promises to better serve disaster victims
Texas housing agency slams it for rejecting too many Ike claims

Denver Post:
Child porn arrests increasing in Colorado
http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_17357132

Houston Chronicle/AP:
Image of disfigured Afghan woman wins photo prize

Washington Times:
In CPAC speech, Trump hints of White House bid

Fox News/AP:
Iraq Refugees in U.S. Scrutinized for Al Qaeda Terror Links

Washington Times:
Arms-friendly Swiss to vote on gun curbs
Referendum would ban private ownership of weapons defined as highly dangerous

Washington Post:
Ronald Reagan 'Forever Stamp' unveiled

The Hill:
'Tough week has Republicans in confusion'
Abrupt resignation of one member and two failed votes on the floor

Politico:
'Nancy Pelosi fixated on job creation'
Now that she doesn't control the House?

Washington Post:
Higher federal withholding is taking a bite out of retirees' annuity checks

Arizona Republic:
Arizona schools to comply with new federal rules for school lunches

The Hill:
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee blasts 'demeaning' Pepsi Super Bowl ad