Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, January 26, 2010

January 26, 2010 - 7:51 AM
Chicago Sun-Times:
Ford plant adding 1,200 jobs
New Explorer SUV to be produced here
 
BBC:
Schwarzenegger proposes Mexican jails take US inmates
 
The Hill:
Obama says he 'would rather be really good one-term president'
 
Politico:
President Obama: Lack of transparency on health care a 'mistake'
 
Boston Globe:
Bullying legislation gains new urgency after girl's suicide
Much of the taunting took place through  text messages and on Facebook
 
The Hill:
Sen. Levin asked to hold off on hearing to repeal ‘Don't ask, don't tell’ policy
 
Politico:
White House hopes to blunt Supreme Court's campaign finance decision
Wants shareholders to vote before a corporation could spend money in elections

Jerusalem Post:
'Iran to unveil new missiles in Feb.'

Boston Globe:
Dearth of job opportunities prompts more college graduates to join military

USA Today:
College gender gap remains stable: 57% women

USA Today:
Welfare rolls up in '09; more enroll in assistance programs

BBC:
UK economy emerges from recession

Fox News:
Tea Partiers Go Big With Fundraising Campaign
Conservatives eye success of Moveon.org and other grassroots groups

Fox News:
Obama Seeking Partial Three-Year Spending Freeze in 2011 Budget

The Hill:
Sen. Ben Nelson: Obama must scale back his agenda
"I think he’s allowed the left wing [to] pull him too much in that direction," Nelson said

Boston Globe:
Death, arrest in stunning turn for Kerrigan family
Skater’s father dies; her brother held in assault

Fox News:
Senators Urge Administration to Transfer Abdulmutallab to Military Custody

Washington Post column:
Tom Shales: Number 4 NBC has cast itself in the role of the fading peacock
 
Washington Times:
Tim Tebow's pro-life ad set for Super Bowl
QB, mom to share 'inspiring' story

USA Today:
Teen pregnancy, abortion rates rise
Bush-era abstinence programs blamed

Washington Post:
Rise in teenage pregnancy rate spurs new debate on arresting it

USA Today:
Wind-energy industry lost factory jobs despite stimulus
 
BBC:
I will not go, says climate chief

Boston Globe:
Small business owners in N.H. fret about tax expansion

Boston Globe:
As recession stops consumer splurges, luxury retailers retool
Designers creating lower entry prices for high-end brands

Los Angeles Times:
In anti-tax Oregon, voters consider tapping the rich

Chicago Sun-Times:
McDonald's challenges girl over her'McFest' fundraiser
Teen's fund-raising 'Mcfest' sounds like infringement to hamburger chain

Chicago Sun-Times/AP:
Murderer denied access to Dungeons & Dragons in prison

Washington Times:
Beijing accuses U.S. of cyberwarfare
Report citing Iran protests, hacking follows rebuke by Clinton

Washington Post:
Suburban Washington leader wants to curb county's fast-food eateries
 
Politico:
Republican Rep. Bachmann to unveil her own market-based health care plan
 
The Hill:
GOP decries ‘phony war’ on Wall Street
Dems raising populist ire at banks while continuing to accept campaign money from them

Politico:
Dems may try to drive a wedge between GOP and Tea Party activists
DSCC urges quick offensive for 2010

New York Times:
Tea Party Disputes Take Toll on Convention
The convention’s difficulties highlight the fractiousness of the Tea Party groups

Washington Post:
Carlos the Jackal, imprisoned for life, looks in lawsuit to protect his image

San Francisco Chronicle:
Bill would require death reports from ski areas

New York Times:
Insurer Steps Up Fight to Control Health Care Cost

Washington Post:
Genetic tests give consumers hints about disease risk; critics have misgivings
 
Washington Times:
GOP rival: McCain an Obama 'enabler'
Ex-lawmaker J.D. Hayworth eyes return to Capitol Hill

Washington Post:
Obama to meet with House Republicans

New York Times:
Fresh Off a Massachusetts Victory, G.O.P. Aims at Illinois
 
Washington Post:
Britain, Japan to help reintegrate Taliban foot soldiers

Washington Times:
Jurors hear 'abortion' at trial for first time
Usher testifies on shooting of Dr. George Tiller

USA Today/AP:
2,000 tourists stranded at Machu Picchu as storms swamp train tracks

Los Angeles Times:
5 Armenian officers sue Glendale Police Department, alleging racial discrimination

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Solving the mystery of the dying bats
White-nose syndrome first discovered three years ago

New York Times:
Fighting Starvation, Haitians Share Portions

Jerusalem Post:
Israeli defense minister says stalemate with PA greater threat than Iranian bombDenver Post:
Obama persists in seeking his own information, beyond what is offered
President turns to the famous and the unknown for his decisions

Seattle Times:
Going to the Winter Olympics in Canada? Bring your passport to return home
 
Houston Chronicle:
School distrits apologizes for school board member's discussion about sex
Accused of giving graphic details to a class of middle-school girls
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Homeowner who shot and killed intruder likely protected by castle doctrine
 
Denver Post:
Ex-Lockheed Martin worker wins whistle-blower case
Complained her boss was having affairs with U.S. Army soldiers
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
100-year-old woman receives bachelor's degree, dies the next day
 
Arizona Republic:
Changes to U.S. immigrant-detention system coming, official says
Administration vowed reforms following complaints by civil-rights advocates
 
Providence Journal:
Health insurers seek to increase rates for businesses
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, D-N.H., says female lawmakers would have finished health care bill
'If we sent the men home we could get it done this week'
 
Palm Beach Post:
Haitians come out of shadow to seek temporary protected status
 
Government Executive:
Report says size of FCC staff decreased steadily during past decade
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Woman jailed after third DWI charge in a week