Newspaper Roundup for Monday, October 8, 2012

October 8, 2012 - 10:41 AM

Washington Times:
NATO resumes training of Afghan police recruits

Chicago Tribune:
5 shot, including girl, 13, in separate shootings on South Side

Los Angeles Times:
With Cesar Chavez monument, Obama reaches out to Latinos

Washington Times:
Consumers jump-start a sputtering economy
Weak spots strain September revival

Fox News/AP:
Texas latest state refusing to join sex-offender registry
State says it can't afford it

Chicago Sun-Times:
Nonprofit goes after college dropouts to help them finish degree

Washington Times:
Pentagon: Al Qaeda planning for Libya takeover

Fox News/AP:
British, Japanese scientists win Nobel medicine prize

Boston Globe:
Wesleyan College to end need-blind policy; Can’t afford aid to all applicants

Washington Post:
With shelters full, homeless families have nowhere to go

USA Today:
Electrolux Offers $100,000 Stovetop/Oven Range

Washington Post:
Fewer HIV funds for women, youth in big cities including D.C.

Los Angeles Times:
Grace Sung Eun Lee fights for right to die, chooses life

USA Today:
Crimes by ATF and DEA informants not tracked by feds

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pa. lawmaker wants ban on human branding of minors

Politico:
Gibbs: Obama knew he goofed during debate

Fox News:
Letterman suggests Romney didn't pay taxes, calls him a 'felon'

Politico:
Newt: Clint Eastwood was right about Obama

Politico:
Mitt Romney intensifies EPA attacks

Politico:
Bill Maher: Was Obama high at debate?

Politico:
NBC tells Obama not to use debate footage

Fox News:
Pastors to take on IRS in plan to preach politics from the pulpit