Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 10, 2009

November 10, 2009 - 8:17 AM
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Politico:
Despite ban, Attorney General Holder to speak to CAIR-linked
 
New York Times:
Democrats Raise Alarms Over Costs of Health Bills
 
Washington Times:
'Fuzzy math' could drive health care bill's cost higher
 
Politico:
House health care bill may be as 'left' as it gets
 
Los Angeles Times:
Islamic Center of Irvine dismisses popular leader with little explanation
 
Boston Globe:
US congressman won grants for agencies linked to his wife
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Gov.-elect Chris Christie considers declaring financial state of emergency
Would suspend rules governing state worker layoffs
 
Washington Post:
'Scozzafava' turns into epithet
"My name's a verb now," she said.
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger/AP:
Justice Department 'conciliator' joins effort to ease tensions at Franklin High School
 
Boston Globe:
Climate change activists rousted for trespassing on the Boston Common
Camping college students told to disperse
 
Washington Post:
Fort Hood suspect warned of threats within the ranks
Cited stress facing Muslims Hasan spoke at Walter Reed in 2007
 
Fox News/AP:
Radical Imam Praises Alleged Fort Hood Shooter, Urges Muslims to 'Follow in Footsteps'
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NJ soldier wounded in Fort Hood shooting still wants to go to Afghanistan
 
USA Today:
Some key Obama administration jobs still unfilled
 
Washington Times:
Defense nominee won't reveal potential conflicts
Frank Kendall III declines to name six recent private clients
 
Denver Post:
Coalition moves to reduce wildlife deaths on Colorado roads
 
Boston Globe:
Same-sex couples make a statement through arts philanthropy
Big-money donors choosing to be recognized as couples
 
Washington Post:
High court considers whether business methods can be patented
Case involves strategy for hedging risk in buying energy
 
Denver Post:
Reservoir under construction south of Denver, but there's no water for it
 
Washington Times:
Democrats torn on Afghanistan, women's rights
Liberals torn between bringing troops home, protecting Afghan women from Taliban regime
 
Washington Post:
Newt Gingrich: No longer conservative about his religion
 
Houston Chronicle:
Fort Hood: Fighting the pain with faith
Spiritual leaders warn against hate after Fort Hood tragedy
 
Washington Post:
In raw oyster trade, FDA's safety proposal is tough to swallow
Agency wants Gulf Coast suppliers to zap bacteria
 
Washington Post:
For doctor, the Senate is a bitter pill
Oklahoma's Tom Coburn says Congress isn't good for what ails us
 
USA Today:
Poll: Drugmakers most at fault for swine flu vaccine shortage
 
Politico:
Ten Senate seats most likely to flip
 
Fox News:
Connecticut Gov. Jodi Rell will not seek reelection
 
Fox News:
Legendary Lost Persian Army Found in Sahara
 
USA Today:
College football coaches see salaries rise in down economy
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP:
Illinois man found with bin Laden videos
 
Los Angeles Times:
Website listing addresses and aerial photos of celebrity homes comes under scrutiny
Alleged burglary ring had used it to case the homes of young Hollywood stars.
 
Politico:
Michelle Obama's poll numbers slide
 
New York Times:
A Squeeze on Customers Ahead of New Credit Card Rules
Banking firms say new government-imposed rules give them no choice
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Changes coming to Bay Bridge after trucker's death plunge