Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 12, 2012

October 12, 2012 - 8:04 AM

The Hill:
Obama approval rating gets a boost after Gallup tweaks its polling methodology

Washington Post:
Marijuana legalization on ballot in 3 states, but Justice Department remains silent
Colorado, Washington and Oregon

Houston Chronicle:
4th grader arrested for throwing plastic container at teacher

Washington Times:
‘Parent 1’ and ‘parent 2’ could legally replace mom and dad in France

Wall Street Journal:
More HIV-Positive Patients Receive Organ Transplants

Politico:
NY Times: Nothing 'significantly new' in 'politicized' Libya hearings
Defends skipping a front-page story

Washington Times:
In porn industry poll, Obama wins in 5-to-1 landslide

The Hill:
Poll finds Romney gaining in Ohio, Florida, Virginia after debate win

Politico:
Palin calls Associated Press 'absolute jerks'
Because of unflattering Mitt Romney photo

Fox News:
Republicans accuse Obama supporters of indoctrinating students

Wall Street Journal:
Noonan: Biden was 'weirdly aggressive,' after Obama was 'Weirdly passive'

Politico:
Politico: Is Joe Biden the new Al Gore?

Politico:
Twitter frowns on Joe Biden's laugh

Politico:
Media mystified by Joe Biden’s smile

Fox News:
Sandusky will be allowed to keep $900G in pension money

Politico:
New Florida poll claims big swing for Romney

Washington Times:
U.S. targets violent street gang MS-13

Chicago Sun-Times:
Schools chief, one of Mayor Emanuel’s premier hires, leaving job after 17 months
Out by “mutual agreement” with City Hall

The Hill:
Conservatives say debate moderator Martha Raddatz let Biden steamroll Ryan

Chicago Sun-Times:
Lindsay Lohan fight set off by gripes about mom's drinking, meddling

Daily Caller:
DNC fires Obama campaign staffer for assisting voter fraud attempt

Providence Journal:
'Footlicker' arrested by Providence police, held as probation violator

Palm Beach Post:
Editorial: Outrage over video but not shooting of 14-year-old girl?

Houston Chronicle:
LULAC sues Harris County over voter purges