Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 16, 2009

October 16, 2009 - 5:57 AM
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Fox News/AP:
Mass. Prisoners With 'Health Risks' to Get H1N1 Shots Before General Public
 
Washington Post:
Military Limits Publishing Images of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan
Photos showing recognizable face, nametag or other identifying features won't be published

Washington Times:
U.S. ignored warnings before deadly Afghan attack
Three intelligence reports dismissed days before eight U.S. soldiers killed

UK Times:
British MI5 chief defends use of 'torture intelligence'
'MI5 would have failed in its duty if it had not worked with its overseas connections'

Politico:
Army Commander's letter tackles troops' morale in Afghanistan
Assures troops they are contributing to the "overall success of the mission"
 
Washington Post:
Obama Lights White House Diwali Lamp
 
Washington Post:
Obama Criticized as Too Cautious, Slow on Judicial Posts
Liberal activists speak out
 
Politico:
Obama tries to reassure adoring dinner attendees that Washington is making progress
 
Houston Chronicle:
Protests expected to greet Obama at Bush volunteerism event Friday
Obama visiting A&M in the name of community service
 
Washington Post:
Wellness Incentives Could Create Health-Care Loophole
Workers Who Fail Medical Tests Could Pay More
 
Denver Post:
Colorado reported as having most Recovery Act (stimulus) jobs
 
Washington Post:
Bill Targets Sentencing Rules For Crack and Powder Cocaine
 
Washington Post:
Bailed-Out Banks Raking In Big Profits
Goldman, Citigroup Make Up Losses On Wall Street
 
Washington Times:
Notre Dame sent five students to last weekend's gay rights march in D.C.
 
Boston Globe:
Harvard group cancels invitation to anti-immigration speaker
Jim Gilchrist was scheduled to talk at forum
 
Denver Post:
Smoking bans cut down on heart attacks for everyone, study finds
 
Houston Chronicle:
Price of getting ill expected to go up
Firm says area’s workers will face about 10% rise in premiums, costs of care next year
 
Washington Post:
Influential AMA's Support for Reform Is Far From Certain
Medicare Fee Cuts Are Crux of Issue, Policy Analysts Say
 
Washington Times:
Obama adviser Jones shifted Afghanistan views — a lot
In civilian post, Jones worries about Taliban
 
Washington Times:
Tea partiers and GOP regulars scuffle in N.Y. House race
 
Washington Times:
Obama defends potential rival Bobby Jindal in La.
 
Palm Beach Post:
'Well-liked' Palm Beach County employee shoots wife for cheating
'I caught her and it's done'
 
Boston Globe:
Mass. Governor Patrick warns of 2,000 state job cuts
Democrat asks unions for concessions
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Seniors balk at retirement home buy-ins
 
Boston Globe/AP:
Maine’s powerful to gather today as wind farm goes online
 
Politico:
'Die quickly' remark pays off for Rep. Grayson

Politico:
'You Lie!' worth $2.7M for Joe Wilson

Politico:
Little banks escape scrutiny by Dems’ proposed consumer financial protection agency
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
No more checks on seized firearms, N.H. tells police
Only federally licensed gun manufacturers, importers and dealers can use NICS

USA Today:
Heterosexual couple sues cruise line after being put on gay cruise
 
Fox News/AP:
Baucus: All Senate Dems Will Support Health Bill
 
Fox News:
Kansas Lawmaker's Anti-Obama 'Redneck Rap' Taken Down
 
Fox News/AP:
GPS Causing Truckers to Crash Into Bridges
 
Fox News:
Union workers upstage N.J. environmental groups' campaign against planned power plant
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Police say they'll start arresting Keene pot-smoking protesters
Month-long '4:20 p.m. protests' target drug laws
 
Providence Journal:
R.I. jobless rate hits 13%
 
Providence Journal:
Rhode Island ranks last in the U.S. in stimulus jobs
 
Arizona Republic:
Sheriff Arpaio cites non-existent law in his argument for crime sweeps
Used Web info to bolster sweeps without ICE pact
 
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Parent protests school's Bible giveaway
 
Los Angeles Times:
For U.S. exporters, sliding dollar something to cheer about
 
Los Angeles Times editorial:
Targeting gun shows
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Earliest snow on record blankets Poconos, Penn State

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Christie's weight is made an issue in N.J.
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
RTA board: End free rides for wealthier seniors