Newspaper Roundup for Monday, November 22, 2010

November 22, 2010 - 9:20 AM

PC World:
Wi-Fi Makes Trees Sick, Study Says

NBC San Diego:
Passenger Chooses Strip-Down Over Pat-Down

The Hill:
Anti-earmark amendment cedes lawmakers' powers to White House

Boston Globe:
Mass. inmates sue over new rules on HIV medication
Say it infringes their privacy

Denver Post:
New parking near DIA aims to be the "greenest"
Has solar panels to generate power for electric-vehicle "juicebars"

The Hill:
Analyst: TSA methods 'will kill more Americans on highway'

Boston Globe:
Maine’s GOP star burns hot; Fiery Gov.-elect LePage evokes admiration, worry

The Hill:
Gates speeds up delivery of don't ask, don't tell report
Will now be ready for release on Nov. 30

Denver Post:
Chicken coop brings lessons to Denver school

The Hill:
Administration defends civilian courts to try terror suspects

Boston Globe:
Expiration of death tax may be prompting end-of-life discussions in wealthiest families
Best to die before Dec. 31 to save heirs money

Palm Beach Post:
Michelle Obama visits Miami school Monday for health campaign

Boston Globe:
Former member of Congress has an inside track to get top job at U-Mass

USA Today:
Baby Boomers worry long-term care insurance could become unaffordable

Washington Post:
Environmental justice issues take center stage at Lisa Jackson's EPA

Boston Globe:
Researchers aim to prevent college hazing

Fox News:
Jindal: Time to Stop Apologizing for America

Washington Times:
Hoyer: U.S. jurors might enjoy trip to Gitmo

Arizona Republic:
University of Arizona considering "gender-inclusive housing"
Aim is to give gay students a safe, comfortable place to live

Fox News:
DREAM Act Would Allow Illegals With Criminal Records to Gain Residency, GOP Says

The Hill:
Black Republican: Black Caucus preaches victimization and dependency

Fox News/NY Post:
Suspected War Criminal Lands Job at United Nations

Washington Post:
Communities may not opt out of controversial immigration enforcement program
Reversals by immigration officials are sowing mistrust

Houston Chronicle:
Texas legislature to consider a bill targeting human trafficking

The Hill:
Webb, Warner want backlog at shipyards addressed before aircraft carrier moves

USA Today:
Bra sales may offer clues on the economy

San Francisco Chronicle:
Stanford clinics offer free health care to needy

The Hill:
Jimmy Carter: Fox commentators have ‘deliberately distorted’ news

Palm Beach Post:
Florida consumer officials build case to fine telemarketers

Politico:
Rick Perry says he won't run in 2012

Politico:
Hillary Clinton says she won't run in 2012 - or ever

Washington Times:
More than 2,000 aborted fetuses found at a Thailand Buddhist temple
Thai officials now promise crackdown on illegal abortion clinics

Washington Post:
Evidence links Hezbollah to Hariri death