Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 2, 2012

October 2, 2012 - 9:41 AM

Washington Post:
Montgomery County dropping traditional letter grades from K-3 report cards
A, B, C, Ds to replaced with ES, P, I or N

The Hill:
UN official: Climate skeptics are losing

Washington Post:
White House secret meetings examine al-Qaeda threat in North Africa

The Hill:
Official resigns after report finds VA spent $6.1M on lavish conferences

The Hill:
Poll: Plurality say polls biased for Obama

The Hill:
After Obama guidance, Lockheed won't issue layoff notices this year

The Hill:
Romney ad: Obama health law raised taxes on the middle class

New York Times:
U.S. Abandoning Hopes for Taliban Peace Deal

Arizona Republic:
Sheriff Dever traveling 62 mph before crash, no seat belt


Los Angeles Times:
Law barring sex offenders from using Halloween decorations to be challenged

On grounds it violates free speech

Washington Times:
Politics stifle federal election agency; Split board kills ability for oversight

Washington Times:
D.C. may reserve 10% of curb-side parking meters for disabled
Parking for others would get tougher

Washington Post:
Driving on sidewalk, bad: Immigrants learn the language of D.C. driving

Politico:
Michelle Obama bests Ann Romney in cookie contest

Washington Post:
Almost 2,400 people in millionaire homes received unemployment benefits in 2009

Politico:
Mia Love leads Jim Matheson in latest poll

New York Times:
Offshore Tactics Helped Increase Romneys’ Wealth

Washington Post:
Wary Americans saving more, even as government encourages risk

Fox News:
American Airlines temporarily grounds eight planes after loose seats

Fox News:
Electronic monitoring by Justice Department on the rise under Obama, ACLU says

Philadephia Inquirer:
Camera catches cop bashing woman's face