Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 25, 2011

October 25, 2011 - 7:03 AM

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Capital Blue Cross now offering health insurance to cover pets

New York Times:
U.S. Agencies Infiltrating Drug Cartels Across Mexico

Boston Herald:
GOP rallying around Romney; ‘Steadfast strategy’ praised

Fox News:
Perry to Pitch Scrapping Tax Code, Offering Optional 20 Percent Flat Tax

The Hill:
Bachmann's ex-NH staff releases scathing letter about campaign
NH staff said national staff were 'rude, unprofessional, dishonest, cruel'

Politico:
Karl Rove sticks a fork in Herman Cain

Politico:
Marco Rubio wants Wash. Post to correct its hit piece on him
Newspaper accused him of exaggerating his family history

The Hill:
Obama campaign brings on ex-lobbyist as senior campaign adviser

Chicago Sun-Times:
Report: Chicago food desert shrinks 40 percent

Boston Herald:
Foreclosure experts cast doubt on Obama’s plan to deal with housing crisis

USA Today:
Obama calls Congress 'increasingly dysfunctional'

USA Today:
Texas Tea Party Patriots hosting "modified Lincoln-Douglas debate," with Gingrich-Cain

Fox News:
Judge Blocks Florida's New Welfare Drug Testing Law
Says it may violate the Constitution's ban on unreasonable searches and seizures.

Washington Times:
Senate bill would require every employer in USA to use the E-Verify
But some in Congress don't use it

Fox News/NY Post:
NYC Defends Graphic Sex-Ed Classes

The Hill:
Biden complains after dust-up with conservative reporter


Fox News:
Senators Outraged U.S. Borrowing Big From China While Also Giving It Aid

The Hill:
Congressional supercommittee urged not to legalize Internet poker and gambling
Md. gov. says it would cut into state lottery proceeds

Washington Times:
Pa. governor takes fiscal reins of debt-strapped capital city
Declares a fiscal emergency in Harrisburg

Fox News:
Christian club sues school for refusing to let it publicize events

Washington Post:
Possible study of anthrax vaccine’s effectiveness in children stirs debate

Fox News:
Vatican Calls for New World Economic Order

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Poll: More feel good about NJ's direction

The Hill:
Inspector general report faults oversight of Medicaid prescription drug program

San Francisco Chronicle:
St. Mary's Cathedral bell stolen in S.F. by metal thieves

Washington Post:
In Gaza, former prisoners pampered in luxury hotel

Washington Times:
Study: Michelle Obama dominates Laura Bush in press attention