Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 23, 2012

October 23, 2012 - 8:56 AM

Fox News:
Al Qaeda wonders why world cares about Malala, teen shot by Taliban

Fox News:
Gov to California: Pay more taxes, or get less school

Los Angeles Times:
Russia accuses U.S. of human rights abuses

Washington Times:
Enrollment fails to keep pace with D.C. voucher funds
School-choice program: More cash, fewer students

The Hill:
Libya barely mentioned in final debate
Romney leaves Libya attack to Republican lawmakers in Congress

Fox News:
Post-debate, MSNBC’s Matthews claims Romney supporters fueled by racial hatred of Obama

The Hill:
Chris Matthews: 'Racial hatred' drives support for Romney on right

Washington Times:
Army pushing anti-IED system panned by troops

Daily Caller:
The Washington City Paper is calling the Washington Redskins the “Washington Pigskins"
Going politically correct...

Washington Times:
Pediatricians raise doubts about the benefits of organic foods

Miami Herald:
U.S. Secretary Clinton hails ‘new day’ in Haiti, champions U.S. foreign policy

Washington Times:
Gray awards medal to security guard shot by gunman

Chicago Tribune:
Apple set to unwrap mini-iPad to take on Amazon, Google

Washington Times:
Obama talks longer and still interrupts

Washington Post:
In final debate, Romney offers little contrast to Obama

Politico:
Long-absent Jesse Jackson Jr. has big lead in new poll
Despite being on medical leave since June and federal investigation...

Politico:
Jimmy Carter blasts Obama on Mideast peace

Fox News:
LSU erased Christian football fans' crosses

Boston Globe:
Shortage of doctors spreading throughout US

Fox News:
'Annex' hit in Libya terror attack was CIA post, officials say