Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, December 9, 2009

December 9, 2009 - 7:21 AM
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Fox News/ABC News:
Homeland Insecurity: Gov't Posts Airport Screening Secrets Online
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. fugitive was working for homeland security office in Georgia, authorities say
 
USA Today:
NYC top cop: Security cost for 9/11 trials has soared "way beyond" $75 million estimate
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly seeking federal aid to pay for extra security
 
New York Times:
Britain to Levy One-Time Tax on Bank Bonuses
 
Fox News/AP:
Congress readies huge year-end spending bill
 
Washington Post:
Government to pay $1.4 billion to settle suit over Indian land trusts
Payment will end 13-year-old battle
 
New York Times:
Climate Deal Likely to Bear Big Price Tag
 
Washington Post:
Senate tentatively agrees to remove public option
 
New York Times:
Obama Is Criticized on AIDS Program
 
Boston Globe:
No surprises as Mass. voters send front-runners Coakley and Brown to US Senate showdown
 
Boston Globe:
For GOP pick, high hurdles but many selling points
State Senator Scott P. Brown hoping to represent Massachusetts in U.S. Senate
 
Denver Post:
Environmentalists oppose Denver project to divert more water from Western Slope
Stop using so much water, activists say
 
Los Angeles Times:
Job growth in California is going green
From January 2007 to January 2008 green jobs increased 5% while total jobs declined 1%
 
Washington Times:
U.S. Civil Right Cmsn subpoenas Justice Dept. records on New Black Panthers case
Case stems from disruptions at Philadelphia polling place in 2008 election
 
Washington Post:
Black Caucus calls on Obama for more help for African Americans
 
Denver Post:
Emergency-shelter beds in Denver"extremely limited" for homeless women
 
Denver Post:
Hundreds braves frigid temps in Colorado Springs to see Palin
 
USA Today:
Higher rates pay off for credit card firms before law goes into effect
 
Washington Post:
Union leaders step up fight against excise tax on health plans
 
Washington Times:
Obama faces dilemma in Nobel speech
Presides over two wars
 
USA Today:
Fast-food standards for meat top those for school lunches
 
Los Angeles Times:
L.A. acts to cap medical marijuana dispensaries
 
Denver Post:
Colo. cow mutilations baffle ranchers, cops, UFO believer
 
Washington Post:
U.S. to unveil biological threat strategy
Administration affirms Bush stance against global monitoring
 
Boston Globe:
US Supreme Court ruling leads to more drug and gun convictions being overturned
Criminal defendants now have right to cross-examine forensic experts who prepare lab reports
 
Politico:
Gay marriage's 'inevitability' in doubt
Banner year ending with string of stinging defeats
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J. to make it easier to become a barber
Would-be barbers won't have to take cosmetology courses
 
Washington Times:
McChrystal says he backs Obama's Afghan timetable
 
Politico:
Dick Cheney: GOP looks 'very good' for 2010
 
Washington Times:
Iraq bombing threatens Maliki government's future
 
Politico:
Al Gore: Climategate e-mails have "been taken wildly out of context"
 
Houston Chronicle:
Group says abuses by Mexican soldiers ignored
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Thieves steal aluminum handrails worth $600 from storage yard
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Opponents of Catholic hospital merger say they're fighting spiritual battle
Say merger would produce erosion of Catholic ethical standards
Providence Journal:
National Park Service exploring upgrade to Roger Williams Memorial in Providence, R.I.

Providence Journal:
Farmer, evicted in foreclosure, seeks to compel bank to care for animals