Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, October 17, 2012

October 17, 2012 - 7:58 AM

Fox News:
Secret Service director suspected of lying to Congress about prostitution scandal

Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J. school bullying apparently not widespread

Houston Chronicle:
Drug lord’s family seems to like giving birth in the USA

Denver Post:
Utility orders 120 municipalities to remove flags, banners from utility-owned light poles
City manager refuses

Politico:
Anti-Obama filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza investigated by evangelical college
Over a report he took a woman who is not his wife to an event on Christian values

New York Times:
Income Inequality May Take Toll on Growth
It might mean less stable economic expansions and sluggish growth

Houston Chronicle:
Invisible bumper could end fender benders

Washington Times:
Romney favors pathway to citizenship for children of illegals

The Hill:
Moderator Crowley helps Obama rebut Romney on Libya

The Local:
US embassy in Stockholm evacuated after discovery of white powder

The Hill:
'Binders full of women' goes viral

Chicago Sun-Times:
Accused child pornographer may have secretly filmed neighbors

The Hill:
Coburn blasts FCC's phone subsidy as 'massive entitlement'

Los Angeles Daily News:
Los Angeles takes next step toward ID cards for undocumented immigrants

Washington Post:
Maryland’s online voter registration files are vulnerable to attack, researchers say

Washington Times:
Republican bill in Virginia targets sex-selective abortions

Politico:
FLOTUS: 'Barack doesn't have a big ego'

Washington Times:
Obama got 3 extra minutes of speaking time

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Cuba's policy change may mean more migration to South Florida

Washington Post:
Gallaudet worker: ‘Pro-democracy,’ not anti-gay

Fox News:
University of North Carolina denies in-state tuition to Iraq vet and homeowner