Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, October 31, 2012

October 31, 2012 - 10:47 AM

Politico:
Biden says transgender discrimination 'civil rights issue of our time'

Fox News:
Proposed federal budget cuts could force closure of 200 national parks

Fox News:
US officials ID'd Libya attack suspect on surveillance video, sources say

Washington Post:
Storm provides Obama with a commander-in-chief moment

Washington Times:
For Obama, an opportunity to take charge in a crisis

Washington Times:
In Africa, an Islamist convergence seen as a threat
Boko Haram may ally with al Qaeda branch

Washington Post:
Supreme Court is asked to be skeptical of drug-sniffing dogs

USA Today:
Hurricane Sandy shows dark side of social media

Fox News:
Newborn survives night in 40-degree weather after being abandoned in handbag

USA Today:
Sexy breast cancer campaigns anger many patients
Demean women and trivialize the disease, critics say

New York Times:
Taliban Hits Region Seen as ‘Safest’ for Afghans
For a decade, Bamian enjoyed near immunity to Taliban violence

New York Post:
Millions will be without power for days; some for weeks

New York Post:
Damaged crane will dangled over NYC for weeks

Politico:
Poll: Voters say Obama will win

Politico:
Obamas "love watching Modern Family'"

Politico:
Fugate: Obama’s fast emergency declarations ‘extraordinary’

Philadelphia Daily News:
Stressed-out Octomom heads to rehab clinic

The Hill:
Polls show race tightening in Ohio, Florida, Virginia

The Hill:
Bloomberg tells Obama not to visit New York

Fox News:
Mexican national pleads guilty in killing of Border Patrol agent

The Hill:
Sandy wallops the economy

The Hill:
Late surges shake fight for Senate

Fox News:
Mom arrested after allegedly abandoning kids on side of interstate

Fox News:
Calif. woman wants roadside memorial to honor fish killed in truck crash

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Tenants blame blaze on bedbug treatment

Chicago Tribune:
Celebratory gunfire at Saudi wedding cuts cable, 23 electrocuted

Chicago Tribune:
Departing Chicago schools chief to collect $250,000, glowing recommendation