Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 8, 2010

October 8, 2010 - 8:21 AM

The Hill:
Biden: 'You’re the dullest audience I’ve ever spoken to'
Silence greeted his comment on jobs going overseas

Politico:
Dozens of people treated for faintness, dizziness at Obama's Maryland rally
Obama interrupted speech twice to summon help

Washington Post:
Thousands of stimulus checks sent to dead people, prisoners, report says

Washington Post:
New health-care law constitutional, federal judge rules
First time a claim has been rejected based on the merits

Politico:
HHS admits Medicare Advantage error; quietly changes Web version of Sebelius speech

The Hill:
Harry Reid's son say healthcare reform could end up hurting Nevada

Washington Times:
Government spending rises 9%; 2010 deficit lower than projected

Philadelphia Inquirer:
NJ Gov. Chris Christie cancels rail tunnel to Manhattan
Said it faced billions of dollars in cost overruns; 'Can't spend what we don't have'

USA Today:
Will Mendocino County become the Napa Valley of marijuana?
Potential marijuana tourist mecca

Los Angeles Times:
Mexico president concerned about legalizing marijuana in California

Los Angeles Times:
Sean Parker, co-founder of Facebook and Napster, gives $100,000 to initiative to legalize marijuana

Washington Times:
GOP fundraising worsens as elections near; $3.8 million off September target

Los Angeles Times/KTLA:
Homeowner's 'thief in neighborhood' sign stirs controversy
Some Huntington Beach residents say the sign is bad for real estate.

Washington Post:
2,000 tea party activists expected to gather in Richmond for Patriot Convention

Washington Post:
Plouffe: A Palin bid in 2012 would be a 'lucky' break

Washington Times:
Obama vetoes measure requiring states to recognize documents notarized in other states
'Unintended consequences' cited in surprise move

Washington Post:
Janet Napolitano voicing new Metro messages

Washington Times:
Updated Army rules say all soldiers are anti-terror informers

They must report suspicions

Washington Times:
Global finance chiefs deliver tough talk on currency, China

Politico:
Christine O'Donnell: I'm a victim of 'character assassination'

Washington Post:
Howard University relaxes rules on overnight guests in dorms

Washington Times:
College-educated now more likely to get married
Pass those without degrees to wed by 30, survey says

USA Today:
Elisabeth Hasselbeck joins 'Good Morning America'

Politico:
MTV screening Obama's audience for views, looks; 'Diversity'

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pa. attorney general probes millions in land deals by Hershey School's trust

Denver Post:
Woman accused of attacking 'Jesus' mural claimed "religious reasons”
Drove drove 690 miles from Montana to destroy the controversial artwork

Fox News:
Kentucky Group Sues Over Nixed 'In God We Trust' License Plate

Baltimore Sun:
Edgewood Arsenal helps attack bee mystery
Biological defense technology assists colony collapse disorder research

Fox News:
White House Denies Spying on Conservative Billionaires' Taxes

The Local:
Swedish towns strained by spike in asylum seekers

The Hill:
Ethics trials of Reps. Rangel, Waters' won't start until after midterm election

The Hill:
Rep. Bright says he won't vote for Pelosi as Speaker of the House

Arizona Republic:
11 Mexican mayors murdered in Mexico so far this year

Providence Journal:
Chafee Senate campaign didn't pay RI, fed taxes