Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, October 7, 2010

October 7, 2010 - 7:34 AM

The Hill:
Poll: Dislike of healthcare law crosses party lines, 1 in 4 Dems want repeal

Boston Globe:
Cape Wind awarded nation’s first off-shore wind farm lease
Deal follows nine years of review and study

Washington Times:
Intelligence community re-evaluating post-Sept. 11 push for greater intelligence-sharing
Intelligence leaks have angered Obama

Washington Times:
More criminal aliens deported last year; But ICE still short of ouster goal

Washington Post:
U.S. companies buy back stock in droves as they hold record levels of cash

Boston Globe:
Boston may close 6 under-performing schools; Some parents and students outraged

Fox News:
Oklahoma postpones Teach-Through-Rap program
Refers to Founding Fathers as 'old dead white men'

Fox News:
Republican lawmaker said gays, unmarried pregnant women should not teach school
S.C. Sen. Jim DeMint is under renewed fire for remarks he made six years ago

Boston Globe:
NRA’s incumbent-friendly policy may boost House Democrats in November
NRA has endorsed 58 incumbent House Democrats

New York Times:
Democrats in tight races put focus on abortion rights

Palm Beach Post:
Crist, Meek gang up on Republican Rubio in first U.S. Senate debate televised statewide
Tried to paint Republican frontrunner Marco Rubio as a conservative extremist

The Hill:
Poll: Republicans lead widely; Dems in danger but race for the House tight

The Hill:
Obama warns agenda will go backwards with House GOP win

Denver Post:
Woman arrested after attacking controversial 'Jesus' artwork;
Some say it shows Jesus engaged in sex act

Denver Post:
Ban on rosary at Springs middle school draws protest

Los Angeles Times:
California aerospace suppliers brace for defense spending cuts
5,500 California firms with a total workforce of more than 130,000 could be affected

Fox News/AP:
U.S. senator seeks anti-bullying law after N.J. student's suicide

Boston Globe:
Grants available for electric vehicle charging stations

Fox News/AP:
N.Y. seeks to ban sugary drinks from food stamp purchases

Chicago Sun-Times:
Mayor Daley, Oprah Winfrey join Dr. Oz in program to curb obesity
Daylong health and wellness event coming to Chicago's Millennium Park on Nov. 6

USA Today:
McDonald's, 29 other firms get health care coverage waivers

Fox News/AP:
New subpoenas in John Edwards campaign probe

Fox News/Wall Street Journal:
Report: Pakistan Spy Agency Urging Taliban to Fight U.S.
Accusation is the strongest yet in a series of U.S. criticisms of Pakistan

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. releases highly anticipated rules for dispensing medical marijuana to patients

Los Angeles Times:
Liberal groups say foreign funds aid Republicans
U.S. Chamber of Commerce accused of using foreign money to help fund GOP candidates

The Hill:
Sen. Franken asks FEC to probe U.S. Chamber's funding for political activities

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. to revert to publicly naming, shaming state's biggest tax delinquents

USA Today:
FTC revises guidelines for products claiming to be eco-friendly

Washington Times:
Pakistan roadblock cuts off Taliban funds
Supply route for NATO also a big business for trucking racket

The Hill:
White House dismisses speculation about Obama-Clinton ticket

USA Today:
U.S. unprepared to care for kids in major disaster

USA Today:
Wis. law lets residents challenge race-based mascots
The Kewaunee High School abandoned the "Indian" nickname after complaint

New York Times:
Stronger Hezbollah Emboldened for Fights Ahead

New York Times:
Christie’s silence spurs worry about deal to build train tunnel