Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, December 29, 2009

December 29, 2009 - 8:40 AM
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Washington Times:
Climate legislation would make planting trees more lucrative than producing food
Plan to turn farms into forest worries Obama's agriculture secretary
 
Jerusalem Post:
'US readying paralyzing sanctions on Iran

Politico:
GOP seizes on terror issue
 
Politico:
Dems: GOP to blame for leaderless TSA
 
Politico:
Lieberman, Specter open to pre-emptive Yemen attacks
 
Washington Post:
Republican senator DeMint holds up nomination for TSA chief
 
USA Today:
New rules require better warnings of highway traffic delays
 
New York Times:
Emissions Disclosure as a Business Virtue
Companies voluntarily doing what some might fiercely resist being forced to do
 
Los Angeles Times:
California Science Center is sued for canceling a film promoting intelligent design
State-owned center accused of improperly bowing to pressure from the Smithsonian
 
Washington Post:
Church billboard in increasingly secular New Zealand causes controversy
Poster features Mary and Joseph in bed and apparently naked
 
Jerusalem Post:
Israel's chief rabbis emphasize prohibition against abortions
 
Los Angeles Times:
Controversial roundup of wild horses underway in Nevada
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
McCaskill says she's 'very frustrated with some of the habits' in the Senate
'Because when you solve hard stuff, you make people mad'
 
Washington Post:
U.S. concerned about assertive Japanese premier
New strains with our closest Asian ally
 
Washington Post:
Education Secretary Arne Duncan's legacy as Chicago schools chief questioned
 
Fox News/AP:
Sarah Palin's Daughter Seeks Full Custody of Baby
 
Boston Globe:
MIT's nuclear reactor will continues to present political liability for US officials
 
Los Angeles Times:
Small business owners taking painful steps to stay afloat in 2010
 
BBC:
Charlie Sheen 'threatened to kill wife'
 
BBC:
Three Saudi tourists killed in Niger attack
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Flight 253 Incident throws off Obama administration's agenda
 
Washington Post:
In online posts apparently by Detroit suspect, religious ideals collide

Washington Post:
Explosive in Detroit terror case could have blown hole in airplane, sources say
 
Boston Globe:
Authorities in Yemen investigating bomb suspect’s visit
Nigerian family sought return of their missing son
 
Washington Times:
MSNBC drops daytime opinion format
 
Politico:
White House Budget Director Orszag to marrry ABC News reporter

New York Times:
In Katrina’s Aftermath, Still a Struggle to Help
 
New York Times:
To Keep Home Fires Burning, Army Wives Learn to Striptease

Denver Post:
Quest cutting pension death benefit for 27,000 retirees
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Kids wolfing down school meals can qualify for take-home food
Arizona Republic/Politico:
Poll: Pelosi, GOP in Congress biggest 'losers' of 2009
 
Arizona Republic:
Mexico's drug war finds its way into music