Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, January 5, 2010

January 5, 2010 - 8:33 AM
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Washington Post:
Yemeni officials, fearing backlash, play down partnership with U.S.
 
Chicago Sun-Times
It'll soon cost a buck to buy the Chicago Tribune
It nows costs 75 cents
 
Fox News/London Times:
Scientists: Dolphins Should Be Treated as 'Non-Human Persons'
 
Boston Globe:
A decision may be near on Cape Cod wind farm dispute
U.S. interior secretary orders parties to meet next week

Los Angeles Times:
Northrop Grumman moving headquarters from L.A. to Washington, D.C., area
Decision seen as a blow to the much-battered regional economy.
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Shop class to be replaced with job-training programs
 
Los Angeles Times:
'Avatar' arouses conservatives' ire
3-D blockbuster called a 'deep expression of anti-Americanism'
 
Washington Times:
Democrats want to forego formal, public conference committee on health bills
Thwarting Republican efforts to stymie final bill
 
Washington Times:
Earmarks are more transparent but just as tough to vote down

BBC:
Giving up smoking 'raises diabetes risk'
 
USA Today:
ESPN to launch 3-D network in June
 
Los Angeles Times:
At Consumer Electronics Show, 3-D TV will take center stage
 
Washington Post:
DOJ calls for FCC to release spectrum, focus on wireless broadband
 
Fox News/AP:
Health Care Countdown: Senate Bill Could Hit Middle Class Hard
 
Washington Post:
GOP retirements in House may affect party's gains in November
 
BBC:
Iran blocks EU delegation visit
 
Washington Post:
Troubled heir to Johnson & Johnson fortune, 30-year-old Casey Johnson, dies
 
USA Today:
Underground bishop Yao dies at 87 in China
Spent years in prison for his beliefs
 
Fox News/The (UK) Sun:
Atheist Rapist Claims Rights Violated After Sharing Prison Cell With Christian Inmate
 
Los Angeles Times:
South African President Jacob Zuma marries wife No. 5
His polygamy has been criticized by women's rights and AIDS activists
 
Washington Times/AP:
IRS to start regulating paid tax preparers
 
Washington Post:
Testing of cocaine vaccine shows it does not fully blunt cravings for the drug
 
Washington Post:
Secret Service confirms third crasher at White House state dinner
Said to be a D.C. party promoter
 
USA Today:
Tiger Woods poses for 'Vanity Fair'
 
Washington Post:
Police posted to D.C. charter schools to help avert violence
 
Politico:
Five things to watch at Obama's Tuesday terror meeting
 
Politico:
TSA's echoes of John Ashcroft
 
Politico:
'Big is bad' catches on in Congress
Politico:
Republican and Democratic Governors Associations announce record hauls

Politico:
Rep. Peter King weighs Senate run again

Politico:
Senate Judiciary Committee to hold hearing on bomb plot

Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J. bill on in-state tuition for illegal immigrants advances

Denver Post:
Colorado law makes preventive health care more affordable

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Woman writes book about her year-long experiment following lifestyle tips of Oprah Winfrey
'I was a self-conscious ball of insecurity'

The Local:
Epiphany reignites Sweden's public holiday debate
It's a public holiday in only a handful of countries

Providence Journal:
Lincoln Chafee, running for R.I. governor, calls for tax hike

Providence Journal:
ACLU sues a local school board over closed meeting

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Extended cold could kill invasive iguanas