Newspaper Roundup for Jan. 5, 2009

January 5, 2009 - 8:05 AM
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Boston Globe:
‘Naked women’ snowboard graphics test liberal Vermont

USA Today:
Home schooling’s popularity keeps rising
 
Los Angeles Times:
Britain moves to curb rise in knife violence

Politico:
Big tax cuts in the works
 
Washington Times:
Democrats pursue ambitious agenda on Hill
 
Rocky Mountain News:
Lincoln carriage offered to Obama

Politico:
GOP protests term limit change
 
Washington Post:
Franken Looks Like a Winner, but Not Quite a Senator

Washington Post:
DC Schools Chief Plans Shake-Up of Teaching Staff, Training
Career Development Would Change for Those Who Remain
 
Washington Post:
Commentary: The Three-State Option for the Middle East

Washington Times:
U.S. blocks U.N. statement on Gaza cease-fire

BBC:
Israel vows no let-up over Gaza
 
BBC:
Oil price rises on Gaza conflict
 
Boston Globe:
Christian Science Church refocuses its mission
 
Washington Times:
Conservatives back Blackwell as RNC chief

Fox News:
Rangel Ethics Probe Incomplete, Despite Pelosi's Prediction

Fox News:
Former DNC Chair McAuliffe Announces Virginia Governor Run
 
Fox News:
Bush 41: Jeb Bush for President

BBC:
Asian shares start 2009 strongly
 
Houston Chronicle:
Immigration gets a place on Texas lawmakers' agenda
 
BBC:
Gunmen shoot policeman in Athens
 
Boston Globe:
To avoid the rough, country clubs cut fees
 
Boston Globe:
As rich rivals cut back, small colleges sell stability
Rely on tuitions, not endowment
 
Washington Post:
Sony may announce drastic cost cuts
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Californians to Bush: the feeling's mutual
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
S.F.'s ambiguous attitude toward brothels

New York Times:
For Privacy’s Sake, Latinas Taking Risks to End Pregnancies
 
Los Angeles Times:
Hoteliers see too much room at the inn
Prospects dim for 2009
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Obama chokes up as he says goodbye to Chicago
Arizona Republic:
Boy Scouts seek more Hispanic members
 
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Atlanta sermons on Obama to be archived