Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012

September 11, 2012 - 10:08 AM

Fox News:
9/11 families get $80 million in scholarships

Politico:
Six-month stop-gap spending bill takes final shape in Congress

Politico:
Todd Akin: ‘I’m not getting out’

Boston Herald:
Hiring survey stings Obama
Few cos. plan to add workers over next 3 months

Philadelphia Inquirer:
NJ youth quits football team over pink gloves

Providence Journal:
R.I. fisherman to Feds: 'We're hanging on by our fingertips'

Fox News:
Wikipedia ignores solution to rampant porn problem

The Hill:
Oversight Chairman Issa forced to delay 'Fast and Furious' hearing

Washington Times:
U.S. troops fear for safety after tense transfer of Bagram prison
Prison, inmates now in Afghan control

Washington Times:
Romney warns of looming defense cuts
Demands Obama give specifics on sequesters

Politico:
Defense firms confirm layoff warnings

Fox News:
Sen. Rand Paul vows to hold up Senate business
Until lawmakers address the case of jailed Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi,

Washington Times:
Obama silent on ‘red line’ nuclear warning to Iran

Washington Post:
Among likely voters, Obama-Romney close

Washington Times:
French tycoon’s threat to move to Belgium shakes Socialist tax plan

Washington Post:
Mitt Romney tries at once to appeal to moderates and to rally conservatives

Washington Post:
Thousands of Virginia students aren’t required to get an education

Politico:
Poll: More prefer dinner with Obama

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Congressman's wife decided use of campaign funds for family trip to Scotland was legal

The Hill:
Lawmakers set to leave Washington early to get on the campaign trail

Fox News:
World’s most luxurious hotel pools

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. to consider multi-use library cards for illegal immigrants