Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, October 20, 2011

October 20, 2011 - 8:31 AM

Fox News:
Host of NPR Show Also Serves as Spokeswoman for 'Occupy D.C.'

USA Today:
Wall St. protesters have money problem: Too much of it -- $435,000

USA Today:
Some states adding assets (homes, cars, stocks, bond) to food stamp qualification
The decision to ask about assets rests with the states.

Los Angeles Times:
Beijing grows nervous about Occupy Wall Street
Censors are now restricting online discussion of Occupy Wall Street

Los Angeles Times:
San Antonio officials say Moroccan break-in suspects not on terrorist watch list

USA Today:
IED attacks pose an increasing threat to the United States
Such attacks increasing outside of Afghanistan, Iraq

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Teacher lectured by Gov. Christies running for NJ Assembly

Fox News/AP:
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Fights Union Over Longer School Day

Denver Post:
Judge halts uranium-mining plans in Colorado over environmental issues
A federal judge puts the brakes on a nuclear renaissance

Washington Post:
Supercommittee’s lack of progress on debt reduction raises alarms on Hill

Los Angeles Times:
Supercommittee has received 180,000 suggestions from lawmakers, advocacy groups, public

Houston Chronicle:
'Jesus' and 'God' OK for VA cemetery services in Houston
Judge signs off on Houston National Cemetery settlement

Washington Times:
Perry promises to push for a flat tax

U.K. Guardian:
Climate change could trap hundreds of millions in disaster areas, report claims

Miami Herald:
Birthers ask: Is Marco Rubio eligible to be president?
Rubio born in U.S. in 1971, but parents didn't become citizens until 1975

Palm Beach Post:
Immigrants' children file suit in Fla. over higher tuition rates
U.S. citizens whose parents are undocumented pay out-of-state fees.

The Hill:
Pelosi's silent treatment shows breaks with President Obama

Washington Times:
Britons pin economic troubles on liberal immigration policies
English fluency viewed as a must

USA Today:
Study: Better neighborhood lowers obesity, diabetes risk

The Hill:
Biden: Republicans protect the rich at expense of teachers, responders

Washington Times:
New bridge linking U.S., Canada on hold
State-run bridge over Detroit River remains a contentious topic for voters

Washington Post:
Obama still flush with cash from financial sector despite frosty relations

Washington Times:
Solar-panel maker Solyndra defeated a proposed government takeover bid on Monday

USA Today:
Law aims to give students, parents more accurate tally of college costs

USA Today:
FDA cites dirty equipment in deadly cantaloupe outbreak

The Hill:
Allen West: MLK would not have backed Wall Street protests

USA Today:
CDC: Antidepressant use skyrocketed in past 20 years

Fox News:
GOP Lawmakers Challenge White House on 'Scientific Misconduct'

The Hill:
GOP: Democrats mum on anti-Semitism from Occupy Wall Street protestors