Newspaper Roundup for Monday, November 2, 2009

November 2, 2009 - 8:05 AM
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Denver Post:
Denver school choice a hit with students
Open enrollment laws allow students to attend any school they like
 
Fox News:
Limbaugh Assails Obama's 'Radical' Agenda, Predicts One-Term Presidency

New York Times:
Europe Still Likes Obama, but Doubts Creep In

Boston Globe:
Boston public schools running program called 'Parent University'
Helping parents feel empowered and in control of their lives

Los Angeles Times:
Defenders of limited federal power foresee constitutional challenge to mandate to buy insurance
 
Fox News/AP:
Statue of Former President Bill Clinton Unveiled in Kosovo

Boston Globe:
GOP moderates aim for 2010 rebound
Party sees chances in N.H. and Conn.
 
Washington Times:
Limbaugh: Obama's Dover visit a 'photo op'
Axelrod, Lieberman fire back
 
Boston Globe:
College presidents' pay rises along with cost of college
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Rutgers researchers work to contain bed-bug resurgence
 
Washington Post:
Climate bill faces hurdles in Senate
 
Boston Globe:
'Global warming' warning seen in tract of dead Martha’s Vineyard forest
 
Washington Times:
Marine leads 'Don't ask, don't tell' fight
Says lifting ban would be 'disruptive'
 
USA Today:
Critics blast Kellogg's claim that cereals can boost immunity
 
Palm Beach Post:
Democrat Wexler's resignation could leave district without Washington voice for four months

 
Washington Post column:
Could America go broke? It's no longer a preposterous notion
 
Washington Post/Reuters:
North Korea calls for direct talks with U.S.
 
USA Today:
Lean manufacturing helps companies survive recession
 
Boston Globe:
Billions in aid to banks not reaching many seeking loans
Lending giants tough on small-business owners
 
Boston Globe:
Brown University junior, studying abroad, dies after fall from roof in Beijing
 
Los Angeles Times:
Palo Alto high school searches for healing after suicides
 
Palm Beach Post:
North Palm Beach board to decide fate of American flag mural
 
Los Angeles Times:
Health insurance mandate alarms some
May be unconstitutional to charge a penalty for not buying a product
 
USA Today:
More kids have diabetes, fewer schools have nurses
 
Washington Times:
Offshoots of churches are sprouting on Web
 
USA Today:
Schools' zero-tolerance policies tested

New York Times:
With Karzai, U.S. Faces Weak Partner in Time of War
 
New York Times:
When Texting Kills, Britain Offers Path to Prison