Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, October 11, 2012

October 11, 2012 - 8:55 AM

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Race-based student goals prompt controversy in South Florida

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Florida has nation's highest foreclosure rate

Chicago Sun-Times:
1,100 Illinois inmates got unemployment while in jail last year

Politico:
46 percent of voters disapprove of how President Barack Obama is handling Libya

Los Angeles Times:
U.S. declined requests to boost security in Libya, Congress told

Los Angeles Times:
Obama says faulty information went out about Libya attack
“As information came in, information was put out”

Los Angeles Times:
Oakland sues U.S. to stop medical marijuana property seizures

Fox News:
AP exec: We 'fell short' with photo of Romney bending over

Chicago Tribune:
Investigators say cyclist Armstrong was doping ringleader

Washington Times:
IRS says ‘tax avoidance’ at heart of Solyndra bankruptcy plan

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Dottie Sandusky lashes out at youngest son in letter

USA Today:
Obama: I'll be tougher in next Romney debate

Politico:
Slain State Dep't official's mom rips President Obama

Fox News:
Hackers steal thousands of confidential records at Florida college

The Hill:
Issa wants classified briefing on Libya intel

Politico:
FLOTUS wants to escape the bubble
"I find myself gazing at CVS. I just want to walk in there"

Los Angeles Times:
California's renewable-energy plans may hinge on presidential race

Washington Times:
Influence peddling runs deep in energy loan deal; BrightSource emails show cajoling

Fox News:
School Orders Cross Removed From Football Helmets

Washington Post:
Romney shifts to more moderate stances on taxes, immigration, health care, education

The Hill:
Chaffetz accuses State Department of revealing classified information

Washington Times:
Obama tries to win back women voters, hits Romney on abortion
Former governor says position hasn’t changed

The Hill:
Obama fights erosion of female voters with attacks on Romney over abortion

Washington Post:
State Dept. acknowledges rejecting requests for more security in Benghazi

Washington Times:
Republicans blast security, response to Libya attack

Washington Times:
Pope calls for ‘Year of Faith’ in effort to bring back Catholics

Washington Post op-ed:
Laura Bush: A Pakistani girl’s courage challenges us to act