Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, February 4, 2010

February 4, 2010 - 7:34 AM
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Reports: NH soldier, comrade shot by angry Afghan interpreter
Shooter upset over his pay

Washington Post:
EPA biofuels guidelines could spur production of ethanol from corn
 
Washington Times:
'Permission' needed to kill U.S. citizens who have joined al Qaeda
 
Washington Times:
Nuclear missile threats to U.S. mount
Report warns of Pyongyang's aims
 
Washington Times:
Deficit imperils U.S.'s top credit rating
Moody's sees urgent need to narrow gap
 
New York Times:
G.O.P. Group to Promote Conservative Ideas
 
Boston Globe:
Massachusetts gambling proposal may be gaining
This time, jobs could be key issue
 
Los Angeles Times:
Soaring cost of healthcare sets a record
Spending was 17.3% of the economy last year
 
Boston Globe:
GOP seeks to block Obama’s labor pick
 
The Hill:
Obama to speak at National Prayer Breakfast amid a litany of criticism
 
Washington Post:
Obama's spirituality is private but influential, advisers say
 
New York Times:
Illinois Senate Race Worries Democrats Anew
 
Los Angeles Times:
Congressional Democrats are nay-saying Obama's budget
 
New York Times:
China Shows Little Patience for U.S. Currency Pressure
 
BBC:
UK's top judges quash asset-freezing orders against suspected terrorists
 
Los Angeles Times:
Justice Kennedy laments the state of prisons in California, U.S.
 
Washington Post:
Rahm Emanuel says he will join effort to stop use of 'retarded'
 
Washington Times:
Veteran groups resist 'don't ask' repeal
Effort called 'social engineering'
 
Washington Times:
Hospitals cut dialysis to indigent patients
Illegal immigrants drive up costs
 
The Hill:
Napolitano will talk to House Democrats on Thursday
After skipping earlier hearing
 
Fox News:
Report: Tiger to Leave Sex Rehab, Return to Tour
 
Politico:
Harry Reid fights low poll numbers with cash
 
The Hill:
Pelosi silent on money saved by promised crackdown on waste
 
USA Today:
Tough financial times put gravel on the road
 
Fox News:
Obama Tells Dems: Turn off CNN, Turn off Fox
 
Los Angeles Times:
L.A. council delays decision on cutting 1,000 jobs
 
Politico:
U.S. pondered military use in Georgia
 
Washington Post:
Bernanke starts new term with speech acknowledging critics' points
 
Washington Post:
Baptists to flood Texas with Bible CDs by Easter
 
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Schwarzenegger: Florida known for 'old people'
Defends California's destination reputation
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Boat made of plastic bottles has trial sail
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Christie advisers call for tough new school rules
 
The Hill:
Report: Lobbyists helped launder millions

Providence Journal:
Brown University eyes staff reductions, sports cuts
 
Denver Post:
Denver boy, 9, died after state-benefits error denied him meds
 
Houston Chronicle:
Shell plans 1,000 more job cuts; tough outlook for refining
 
Palm Beach Post:
Lawmaker says Florida needs 'Haiti czar' to deal with Haitian diaspora
 
Miami Herald:
Bacardi reaches out to consumers as 'official spirit' of Black Eyed Peas concert tour
The Local:
EU blasts Sweden over failure to store data on people's phone calls and email