Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 26, 2010

October 26, 2010 - 7:53 AM

Fox News:
Aide to Harry Reid Lied to Feds, Submitted False Documents About Sham Marriage
She married a Lebanese national who was the subject of terror investigation

Washington Post:
Federal workers plan pro-government march in Washington
The 'Government Doesn't Suck March' refutes notion that federal workers are lazy

Denver Post:
1 in 4 Americans can't think of recent positive contribution by Christians
Researchers asked about Christians' recent positive and negative contributions

Arizona Republic:
Arizona law pushing police to resell confiscated guns stirs concerns

The Hill:
Pelosi: 'We haven't really gotten the credit for what we have done'

Fox News/AP:
Obama tells Republicans to 'sit in the back'

Providence Journal:
Democratic unity disintegrates as Obama visits R.I.

Providence Journal:
Fewer than 50 attend $7500-a-head Dem fundraiser in R.I.

Providence Journal:
Caprio’s slap at Obama draws mixed reaction

The Hill:
Obama tells R.I. House Dem candidate to 'run scared'

USA Today:
Bullying survey: Most teens have hit someone out of anger

The Hill:
EPA head: New carbon controls on big trucks and buses 'win for planet'

Boston Globe:
Four gubernatorial candidates hone messages, defend pasts in final debate

Houston Chronicle:
Health coverage costs expected to rise 12% for Houston employees and businesses

Denver Post:
More Republicans head to ballot box early in Colorado

The Hill:
Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) says he voted for McCain, not Obama, in 2008
11-term incumbent facing a tough reelection battle

Washington Post:
Students ordered held in case of suspected drug lab at Georgetown

Boston Globe:
Nantucket Seal euthanized after being shot; US agent seeking evidence in case

Fox News:
NPR Affiliate Managers Voice Discontent with Firing of Juan Williams

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Cablevision asks FCC to force Fox to return channels as World Series nears

Denver Post:
Woman upset her photo was used in campaign mailer

Washington Times:
Spy's arrest underscores Beijing's bid for agents

Washington Times:
Tea party' hopefuls target Education Department

Candidates renew call to abolish Carter-era agency

Denver Post:
Texas sheriff highlights border-security problems amid increasing drug violence in Mexico

Fox News/Wall Street Journal:
Donors Send Millions to Defend Arizona Law

Denver Post:
Colorado Democrats file complaint against Ken Buck's campaign
Allege Buck has illegally coordinated with Sen. Jim DeMint's Senate Conservatives Fund

Washington Times:
Obama admin. failed to tackle foreclosure crisis; Regulators probing lenders

Washington Times:
U.S. tries to detect Muslim radicals at home; Al Qaeda calls jihad their 'duty'

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Solar-power initiative fails again in Pennsylvania

USA Today:
Report: "Green" product claims are often misleading

USA Today:
More employers checking job applicant's credit

San Francisco Chronicle:
Carly Fiorina surging as Meg Whitman falls back

Los Angeles Times:
California Democrats use Facebook to find non-voters

Boston Globe:
Effort to curb Lyme disease puts deer in the crosshairs
Towns may relax rules to cull the population

Washington Post:
Slain American University professor's Jeep found in D.C.
Investigation points to burglary gone bad

Washington Post:
Lillian McEwen, Clarence Thomas's ex, says things got bad when he stopped drinking

Washington Post/AP:
AIG Chief diagnosed with cancer

Washington Times:
It's 'transparent,' Karzai says of receiving cash from Iran

Washington Post/AP:
Swiss Catholics split over condom distribution

Baltimore Sun:
Archdiocese looks at Mass cutbacks in response to priest shortage
Consolidation of services on the horizon

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Businessman gets 11 years in prison for selling stolen patient records

USA Today:
Study: Alzheimer's risk spikes 157% with heavy smoking

San Francisco Chronicle:
Battered wife faces deportation to El Salvador

Politico:
Conflict over how to define health benefits for required brochure

Politico:
Labor unions hold nose, back conservative Dems who opposed health care reform

Politico:
Bill Clinton 'disturbed and ticked off'

Politico:
MoveOn member stomped at Ky. debate