Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 26, 2012

October 26, 2012 - 9:29 AM

Washington Post:
‘Fiscal cliff’ already hampering U.S. economy, report says

USA Today:
Layoffs rise as firms retrench due to earnings

Washington Times:
Panetta: Benghazi intelligence too sketchy to send troops
Details released after pressure from Boehner

USA Today:
Former N.C. scoutmaster admits he molested boys

Washington Times:
Obama auto-bailout strategy running on fumes in Ohio
May hold little sway with voters across the state who are still out of work

Chicago Sun-Times:
Poll worker tells Obama as he votes early: ‘I need an ID’

Fox News:
New York mother in nanny horror kept detailed family blog

The Hill:
Inhofe: Obama delaying new pollution rules to boost his chances of reelection

The Hill:
Obama: No doubt Romney win could overturn Roe v. Wade

Washington Post:
Pastors call for Gallaudet to reinstate official who signed petition on same-sex marriage law

Politico:
Romney tried to distance himself from Bush-43 while embracing Bush's people

Politico:
Obama ad: "Your first time shouldn't be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy."

Washington Times:
Obama struggles to be a strong voice for women; Romney gains support

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NJ Senate bills ban employers from asking for workers' social media passwords

Washington Post:
'Poll shows widening racial gap in presidential contest'

Arizona Republic:
1 shot in robbery attempt of Tempe medical-marijuana dispensary

Politico:
Former Joe Biden aide writes angry tell-all

Politico:
Sununu retreats on claim that Powell's endorsement of Obama was race-driven

Los Angeles Times:
U.S. economy grows at 2% rate in 3rd quarter

Washington Post:
Endorsement: Four more years for President Obama

The Hill:
Detroit paper thanks Obama for auto bailout, endorses Romney

Washington Times:
Syrian war boils over onto U.S. allies; outside jihadists rush in

USA Today:
Study: Improved economy draws illegal immigrants


Washington Post:
Police open investigation into alleged Moran campaign offense