Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, February 25, 2010

February 25, 2010 - 7:58 AM
Washington Times:
Obama tells corporate leaders to cut rhetoric; Denies his agenda is 'socialism'
Stop exaggerating the effects of his new regulations, Obama tells leaders
 
USA Today:
Work-share program that cuts hours vs. jobs could grow
 
Washington Post:
Pledge of Allegiance dispute results in Md. teacher having to apologize
Teacher ordered student escorted from classroom for failing to recite Pledge
 
Fox News:
Janet Napolitano is first Obama official to publicly call Ft. Hood attack a terrorist act
 
Washington Post:
Poll shows concern about American influence waning as China's grows
 
Fox News:
President Reagan Bemoans 'Socialized Medicine' in YouTube Sensation
 
Washington Times:
Health care: Reconciliation tactic still on the table
Rare procedural tool would force bill past GOP
 
Los Angeles Times:
'Widespread fraud' in California's smog test program
Many older cars fail roadside smog checks within a year of passing at test stations
 
Washington Times:
Coburn: Skip Europe AIDS meeting; Use savings for the cause
 
Boston Globe:
Southbridge YMCA bans parents from hoop finals, fearing rude behavior
 
Washington Post:
Maryland to recognize gay marriages performed elsewhere
 
Washington Times:
Bernanke delivers warning on U.S. debt
Stage is set in U.S. for a Greek tragedy
 
Boston Globe:
Colleges fail to issue tough sanctions against perpetrators of sexual assaults
Area schools reported 240 attacks, only 4 ousters
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Phila. schools chief vows action against violence
 
Fox News:
Studies: Belief in God Helps Relieve Depression
 
Los Angeles Times:
Lawmakers accuse WellPoint, parent company of Anthem Blue Cross, of profiteering
 
Politico:
Hopes for bipartisanship faded long before Thursday's summit
 
Washington Post:
Troubled religious freedom commission gets new director
 
New York Times:
Vt. Senate votes to close Yankee power plant
 
Boston Globe:
Nuclear subsidies put taxpayers at risk; Power companies call defaults unlikely
Private banks won’t lend to an industry viewed as financially risky
 
New York Times:
Research suggests job loss can have profound health consequences for workers
At one closing business, ordeal included heart attacks
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Penn State drinking holiday causes concern
Students have coined "State Patty's Day"
 
Washington Post:
McCain ad ties J.D. Hayworth to birthers
 
Washington Post/AP:
Colo. gunman had grown increasingly erratic
 
Boston Globe:
Federal prosecutor orders review of attempted '93 bombing of Harvard professor
Alabama shooting puts fresh scrutiny on unsolved case
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
School Board too busy to let honor student talk
 
Los Angeles Times:
California's GOP Senate race grows heated over Israel
 
BBC:
Australia summons Israeli envoy over Dubai killing
 
New York Times:
Questions of Influence in Abuse Case of Paterson Aide
Did Paterson and his state police bodyguards personally intervene in the domestic violence case?
 
Politico:
NY Times report could be end for Gov. Paterson
 
BBC:
French President Nicolas Sarkozy visits Rwanda to heal rift
 
Fox News:
U.N. climate panel to announce significant changes in how it does business
 
Fox News:
Canadian Teachers' Lap Dance Video Sparks Uproar at Canadian High School
 
Washington Post:
Michelle Obama shares the emotions behind her movement to boost kids' health
 
USA Today:
Genetic testing may yield personalized health treatments
Burgeoning field of personalized medicine
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Oakland parking ticket policy called 'not fair'
Providence Journal:
R.I.'s Central Falls High School thrust into reform forefront
 
Denver Post:
U.S. Rep. Polis (D-Colo.) wants feds to pull back on med pot raids
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Chris Christie is expected to propose changes to N.J. unemployment system
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Four labor unions sue Gov. Chris Christie over campaign finance rules
Governor trying to limit donations by labor unions that have state contracts
 
Houston Chronicle:
Drug cartel chief sentenced in secrecy
Such extraordinary judicial privacy not even given to 9/11 terrorists
 
Palm Beach Post/AP:
'Small break' in shark-filled aquarium at Dubai's biggest mall
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Younger people are more susceptible to strokes; rising obesity
 
Baltimore Sun:
Hospital recycling on increase
Reusing one-time-use tools cuts waste, stirs some concern
 
Politico:
Mark Levin to Glenn Beck: 'Stop acting like a clown'
 
Arizona Republic:
Arizona's bald eagles may lose endangered status
 
Arizona Republic:
PETA plans billboard featuring Tiger Woods
 
Seattle Times:
Panhandling crackdown urged by Seattle council member