Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 23, 2010

November 23, 2010 - 9:15 AM

New York Daily News:
Ground Zero mosque developers apply for $5M federal grant
Grant would fund social service programs open to all lower Manhattan residents

PC World:
Wi-Fi Makes Trees Sick, Study Says

San Francisco Chronicle:
Story told by Meg Whitman's maid was pushed by nurses union

Denver Post:
Medical-marijuana sales tax nets $2.2 million for Colorado this year

Washington Times:
Interior Secretary Salazar galls Gulf State lawmakers; All talk, no action
Talks end with little action to renew drilling

Los Angeles Times:
Bolivian president criticizes U.S. in front of Robert Gates

Los Angeles Times:
Marine general's son laid to rest at Arlington
Only son of a general to have been killed in Iraq or Afghanistan in last 9 years

The Hill:
GOP fight for energy gavel mars otherwise seamless transition

The Hill:
GOP leadership warns freshmen about press, ethics traps

Washington Times:
Second leading Republican opposing Senate ratification of the New START treaty
Based on classified intelligence that the arms pact cannot be verified

The Hill:
TSA kept quiet on new rules to avoid providing a 'roadmap' to terrorists

The Hill:
Airport body-scanner manufacturers armed for K Street battle

Washington Post:
Poll: Nearly two-thirds of Americans support full-body scanners at airports

Washington Times:
Appeals court decides GPS tracking for drugs violates 4th Amendment

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Anti-bullying measure goes to Gov. Christie

Boston Globe:
Agawam won’t cancel Thanksgiving football game after locker room hazing incident
School officials suspend eight in incident that 'went beyond horseplay'

Boston Globe:
Maynard-Clinton Thanksgiving football game called off because of alcohol violations
Tradition on hold because of players' misbehavior

Boston Globe:
Cape Wind project clears last big hurdle; National Grid can purchase output

Los Angeles Times:
If tax breaks for the wealthy expire, would small business suffer?

Boston Globe:
Massachusetts offers IDs for 14 and 15-year-olds

Boston Globe:
Big Dig lawsuit settled for $9m
Trooper died after hitting handrails; Official had been told of possible risks

Washington Times:
D.C. calls budget emergency, weighs police, EMS cuts
All agencies are on the table

The Hill:
Obama faces tough road in Indiana in 2012

The Hill:
Huckabee is Joy Behar's favorite Republican

The Hill:
Poll: Women prefer Huckabee to Palin

Politico:
Poll: Mitt Romney, Barack Obama neck-and-neck

The Hill:
Sarah Palin says she won't waste her time on another interview with Couric

USA Today:
Mail-in rebates have declined amid complaints

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Assembly approves restoring $5M for family planning services

Baltimore Sun:
Federal program expands assistance to health care professionals
Affordable Care Act adds $290 million in scholarship and loan repayment funds

USA Today:
MTV glamorizes teen moms

Los Angeles Times:
Staples Center box where toddler fell to death met city codes

USA Today:
U.N. meeting to tackle smaller climate issues

Baltimore Sun:
Legal firms get creative to keep customers who are feeling the financial pinch

USA Today:
Jewish-Christian families face December with secular spirit

USA Today:
Americans' salt intake unchanged for 50 years
Still consume more than they should, despite warnings

Houston Chronicle:
Whooping cough outbreak hits private academy
7 children confirmed with bacterial illness

Politico:
Study: Polls that don't include cell phones favor Republicans

Denver Post:
Colorado inmate recounts speedy escape, blames "lazy" prison staff

Denver Post:
Wolf Creek ski patrol director dies in avalanche

Houston Chronicle:
U.S. drones spying on Mexico? Officially no, congressman says