Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, September 25, 2012

September 25, 2012 - 8:40 AM

Washington Times:
Muslim-led nations seek ban on insult

The Hill:
Obama to answer foreign policy criticism in UN address

The Hill:
Obama to condemn Libya violence as ‘assault’ on UN’s ideals

Washington Times:
GOP rips Obama’s diplomatic ‘View’; Daytime TV trumps talking with Israel

Los Angeles Times:
Bill allows Californians to register to vote on election day
The measure becomes law on Jan. 1

Washington Post:
Amtrak to run test trains at 165 mph on 4 stretches of Northeast Corridor, Maryland to Mass.

Washington Times:
Girls age 14 can get birth control at New York City schools

USA Today:
SAT, ACT: Most high school kids lack skills for college

Washington Post:
In GOP recipe, too little Ryan for some conservatives’ taste

Washington Post:
Scott Brown-Elizabeth Warren race gets personal

The Hill:
Warren defends claim of Native American heritage in new ad

USA Today:
GM discounts electric Chevrolet Volt up to $10,000

Washington Times:
Scope of proposed D.C. gun bill questioned
Attorney general’s office has doubts

USA Today:
Retired military leaders want junk foods out of schools

Washington Times:
France bans 'father' and 'mother' from documents

USA Today:
Gingrich: Vote for Akin or Democrats win Senate

Politico:
Romney mocked for remark on airplane windows that don't open
'I don’t know why they don’t do that.'

The Hill:
More than 50 members of Congress just say no to Twitter’s 140 characters

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Police charge cleaning woman with stealing a bust of Benjamin Franklin worth $3 million

Politico:
Trump at Liberty U: Vengeance and prenups

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Hunger rising in NJ's Gloucester County
Asked what was left in his kitchen at home, Tim, 13, giggled. "Carrots," he said.

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago aims for Internet access in parks, underserved neighborhoods

Chicago Sun-Times:
Grand jury possible in Tylenol killings — 30 years later

Fox News:
Californians flee for better-run states, study finds

Fox News:
American High School Band Marches with Hammer & Sickle

Miami Herald:
Haitians displaced by quake will be allowed to stay in U.S. an extra 18 months