Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, October 3, 2012

October 3, 2012 - 6:42 AM

Washington Times:
Pentagon eyed Al Qaeda early as attacker on U.S. Consulate

Fox News:
Doctor seeking Illinois Senate seat offers brutal diagnosis of ObamaCare in viral video

Washington Post:
Construction boom in D.C. leads to discoveries of old burial sites

Fox News:
State Department stayed out of contractors' dispute over consulate security, letters show

Washington Examiner:
Planned Parenthood president plans campaign trip through Iowa for Obama

Washington Post:
DHS ‘fusion centers’ portrayed as pools of ineptitude, civil liberties intrusions

Fox News:
Video surfaces of Obama in 2007 suggesting racism slowed aid to post-Katrina New Orleans

The Hill:
Obama campaign: Obama's Katrina video touted on Drudge Report a 'desperate attack'

Fox News:
Secret Service limits how much agents can drink
Turns off the tap on agents’ boozing

BBC:
China firm sues Obama over blocked US wind farm deal

Los Angeles Times:
Border Patrol death raises doubts on security in rural Arizona

Los Angeles Times:
Justice Department buys idle Illinois prison

Chicago Tribune:
4 YMCAs shut in north suburbs, Chicago
Aging facilities, drop in membership blamed

Chicago Tribune:
Hundreds attend memorial for slain Evanston teen
With suspect charged, suburb plans community meeting

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Weather Channel plan to name winter storms gets icy reception

San Francisco Chronicle:
In SF, bill would ban nudity in public -- most of the time

Houston Chronicle/AP:
Fat anchorwoman strikes back at "bully" who wrote to her

Washington Times:
Grassley, Ayotte want answers on OMB promise to cover defense layoff costs

The Hill:
Race narrows ahead of first presidential debate

Washington Times:
Fairfax County works to minimize potential voting chaos
Says old address or shifted poll locales could be holdups