Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 20, 2012

November 20, 2012 - 9:14 AM

Fox News:
Panel pushes for Americans ages 15 to 64 to get tested for HIV

San Francisco Chronicle:
1,900 in SF class of '14 may not graduate

New York Post:
Armed man attacks US Embassy guard in Tel Aviv

Los Angeles Times:
4 charged with plotting to commit "violent jihad" and target Americans

Fox News:
Attorney General Holder to stay into second term 'about a year,' source says

Los Angeles Times:
Santa Monica may bar Nativity scenes in public areas, judge rules

Washington Times:
Israel kills another top Hamas militant

Washington Post:
In Gaza, line between militants and population is thin

The Hill:
Obama warns Egyptian President Morsi to rein in terrorists in Gaza

Washington Times:
‘Fiscal cliff’ may affect ’13 budget, governor warns Va. lawmakers

Washington Post:
New Beltway express lanes lead to crashes and changes

Washington Times:
TVA’s top executive gets 10 times Obama’s pay

Federal cap can’t be used

The Hill:
Oklahoma is latest to reject state-based health exchange

Politico:
Rumors Antonio Villaraigosa could add cabinet to résumé

Politico:
Cory Booker to live a week on food stamps

Washington Post:
Disabled U.S. diplomat Jeffrey Glassman sues over forced retirement

Politico:
Report: Mass. to offer in-state tuition to illegal immigrants

Fox News:
Wal-Mart files legal complaint against growing protests ahead of Black Friday

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Stealing houses is still far too easy in Philadelphia

Fox News:
Judge puts Hostess liquidation on hold, orders talks

New York Post:
Top lawyer’s son sues for more time to take LSAT, citing attention disability

Los Angeles Times:
Pitzer College teams up with Robert Redford to form conservancy