Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, January 19, 2011

January 19, 2011 - 8:27 AM

Denver Post:
Democratic lawmaker admits his fiery jobs speech went "overboard"
Hammered Republicans as the party that wants to make the "rich richer"

Denver Post:
Scientist’s mathematical model shows why world is getting more religious

Los Angeles Times:
U.S. Supreme Court to decide if California can cut payments to Medi-Cal providers
Federal courts previously blocked Medi-Cal cutbacks adopted by the Legislature in 2008

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield making doctors responsible for preventative health care
63 physicians to provide "patient centered medical homes" to 24,000 patients

Boston Globe:
Gov. Patrick proposes reshaping public pensions
Workers would stay on job longer, pay more into fund

The Hill:
EPA 'confident' Obama reg policy won't affect new climate rules

Boston Globe:
Lawyer plans to release his own list of Catholic Church’s alleged abusers
More than 100 will be named

Washington Times:
Lawmaker wants OK from service chiefs in lifting of 'don't ask'

Fox News:
Video Shows Women Climbing U.S.-Mexico Border Fence in Less Than 18 Seconds

Providence Journal:
Geothermal energy to heat, cool R.I. liquor store

Washington Post:
Smithsonian Secretary stands by decision to pull 'Fire in My Belly' video
But admits the decision might have been made too quickly

Boston Globe:
Despite ban, custom of ‘saving’ parking spaces is spreading in Boston

The Hill:
House Republicans plan to examine Obama’s Afghanistan withdrawal plan
Want to be sure U.S. troops have the weapon systems and other resources they need

Politico:
Muslim groups nervous about House hearings on radical Islam threat

The Hill:
Gloves come off on Oversight panel as Dem calls for no 'silly' Obama probes

Politico:
John Boehner gets big poll bump
House speaker’s favorability rating spiked to 42 percent

Politico:
Abortion foe Randall Terry plans Obama challenge
“I will raise millions of dollars and run ads showing aborted babies.”

Boston Globe:
Higher parking meter rates OK’d for Red Sox games

Houston Chronicle:
Texas may cut thousands of jobs soon amid budget crunch

Fox News:
House Votes to Stop Printing Bills -- After Printing Hundreds of Copies of That Bill

Chicago Sun-Times:
Rivals say Rahm Emanuel shares blame for the nation’s foreclosure crisis

Fox  News/AP:
FBI: Bomb Found on MLK Parade Route 'Domestic Terrorism'

The Hill:
Poll: 60% call for police at townhalls

The Hill:
Cantor: Healthcare repeal wouldn't cost seniors their $250 drug rebates

The Hill:
Al Gore highlights link between floods, global warming in 'climate crisis'

The Hill:
Hoyer: Dems willing to work with GOP to ‘improve healthcare’

Washington Post:
Rep. Mike Pence visits Ind. Statehouse while mulling future

Los Angeles Times:
California cities race to shield funds from state

New York Times:
Parenting by Gays More Common in the South, Census Shows

Washington Post:
Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to D.C.'s same-sex marriage law

Washington Post:
Blogger aims to chronicle every D.C. homicide victim

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. schools to review search policy in wake of Gardena High shooting
Boy had gun in backpack

Fox News/ABC:
Astronaut Mark Kelly ‘devastated’ by mistaken TV report announcing wife’s death

USA Today:
Americans fault mental health system in Tucson rampage

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Confessed Philly strangler: Quiet, calm, from a seemingly stable upbringing

Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J. approves a record number of charter schools: 23

Providence Journal:
High school student charged in cyber bullying
15-year-old female accused of stalking another student by creating phony Facebook page

Washington Times:
Political chaos in Lebanon ravages economy, instills fear

USA Today:
Funeral homes find new life by hosting other events

Politico:
Reince Priebus’s challenge: Win back RNC’s big-donor base

USA Today:
Car thieves can easily hack remote keyless systems

USA Today:
Comcast-NBC deal includes diversity provisions