Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, January 18, 2012

January 18, 2012 - 9:58 AM

The Hill:
Pelosi: 'We don’t really have much of a connection with the Occupy [protesters]'

Fox News/NY Post:
NYC police pursuing technology to scan pedestrians for guns

Washington Times:
Obama advisers push oil pipelines for job-creation

The Hill:
House Republicans huddle to weigh options if Obama kills Keystone pipeline

Fox News:
Wikipedia goes dark for 24 hours to protest web piracy bills

Fox News:
Voter fraud 'a normal political tactic' in upstate NY city

Washington Post:
U.S. losing high-tech manufacturing jobs to Asia

Washington Post:
Md. Governor O’Malley’s budget raises taxes on six-figure salaries

Fox News/AP:
Strong signs Iran is supplying Syria with weapons, US says

Washington Post:
Iraq violence up sharply since U.S. troops’ exit

Arizona Republic:
McCain's 2008 opposition research on Romney revealed

Fox News:
US to hold talks with EU to limit space debris

USA Today:
Gingrich sees 'real chance to win' S. Carolina's primary

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Gov. Chris Christies calls for income-tax cuts across the board

Fox News:
CDC: 1 in 3 adults is obese

Washington Post:
Electorate is sharply split over Obama, poll finds

Washington Post:
Santorum, Perry aren’t heeding Gingrich’s plea to pull out of race

Politico:
Wis. Gov. Scott Walker: Recall election is about ‘union money’

Politico:
Congress's gift shops losing money

Politico:
Michelle Obama has birthday dinner at restaurant with husband and friends

Fox News:
Siege mentality grips Wisconsin as organizers submit recall petitions

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Report says Philadelphia schools fall short on dealing with crime

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Support pours in for toddler denied a kidney transplant

The Hill:
Obama's recess appointments may not hold up in court

Fox News:
'Occupy' protesters suspected of throwing smoke bomb over White House fence

Washington Post:
White-nose fungus threatens bats with extinction

Fox News/AP:
House to take symbolic vote against debt hike

Providence Journal:
Crowd urges appeal of decision to ban prayer banner at RI high school

Washington Times:
Hungary’s new constitution seen as threat to democracy

Politico:
Two Supreme Court cases could transform Medicaid into block grant program for states

USA Today:
New 'tornado travel' map causes a stir in Joplin, Mo.

Houston Chronicle:
Reward offered in Iranian student's killing
Texas Medical Center student shot near upscale shopping mall