Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, November 18, 2010

November 18, 2010 - 8:55 AM

Washington Post:
Suburban Washington school system letting cheaters retake tests
Fairfax County experimenting with new approach that giving zeros

Miami Herald:
Visitors to Haiti brings cholera back to Florida, Dominican Republic
Raising fears the  illness could spread internationally

Politico:
Sarah Palin says she can defeat President Obama
Told Barbara Walters that she’s considering running for the Republican nomination

Washington Post:
Surprise verdict 'seriously undermines' Obama's plan to try detainees in civilian court

Washington Post:
Airport screening prompts more Americans to avoid planes
Some taking the train instead

Washington Post/Bloomberg:
Detonator Destined for Munich Found in Namibia Bags

Boston Globe:
Town OKs right of noncitizens to vote in local elections

Washington Times:
Food-safety overhaul bill clears hurdle in Senate

Washington Times:
'Toughest sheriff' Joe Arpaio recruits Hollywood stars for border 'posse'
Actors teven Seagal and Lou Ferrignohave signed up

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Federal judge blocks N.J. plan to raise $80M by taking unused gift card balances
Law would have turned gift card money unused for 2 years over to the state

Washington Times:
Fed chief Bernanke grilled by GOP on Hill over loose money policies
Republicans want to rein in powers

Washington Post:
Wal-Mart plans to open 4 stores in the District of Columbia
Bringing jobs, fresh produce, but no unions

USA Today:
More cities offer homeless people free storage for their possessions
"Having to cart around their possessions is just another insurmountable barrier"

Washington Times:
Under Panetta, morale up at CIA; 'Very good job' converts skeptics

Denver Post:
Colo. food banks see "staggering" increase in need

Washington Post:
World 'dangerously close' to new food crisis, United Nations says

Washington Post/AP:
Court: Calif gay marriage case may be broadcast

Houston Chronicle:
Injection of religion in Texas House speaker's race could spark probe

Washington Times:
Obama's postelection 'reset' of relations with business iffy

Washington Times:
Recess-appointed Medicare chief gets first grilling
Brevity of hearing criticized

Fox News:
California DA vows to posecute airport screeners who touch travelers inappropriately

Politico:
TSA chief admits airport screenings are 'invasive'
'More invasive than what I was used to,' Pistole said

The Hill:
Leader of TSA offers pat-downs to senators

The Hill:
GOP lawmaker: Full-body scanners violate Fourth Amendment

Politico:
Harry Reid vows votes on DADT, DREAM Act

Miami Herald:
Miami students demand green cards for undocumented students
Rally for DREAM Act

USA Today:
Tiger Woods rebuilding public image with Newsweek essay, interview
"How I've Redefined Victory"

Baltimore Sun:
Landmark city teachers' contract ties their evaluations to student performance

Arizona Republic:
Some retired teachers rehired while drawing pensions

Boston Globe:
GE seeks tax aid from state to limit layoffs; Request may be a first

Providence Journal:
Providence Viaduct carrying Route 95 is crumbling, needs replacement

USA Today:
Other generations growing weary of Baby Boomers

USA Today:
Bristol Palin's 'DWTS' run fuels conspiracy theories

Politico:
Top governors turn against Michael Steele

Boston Globe:
Bodies left out in the open sometimes overlooked for days in high-crime neighborhoods

Houston Chronicle:
Dead newborn boy found on W. Harris County doorstep

Fox News:
Air Force warns troops about security risks of Facebook, networking sites
Could show enemy exactly where U.S. forces are located in war zones

Los Angeles Times:
Bankruptcy official questions Crystal Cathedral compensation

Fox News/AP:
Ahmadinejad: Embargoes Won't Scare Iran