Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, October 5, 2011

October 5, 2011 - 7:09 AM

The Hill:
GOP worries they’ll have to accept massive spending measure
Congress way behind on passing FY12 appropriations bills, lawmakers have 6 weeks to figure out a solution

Politico:
Geithner blasts banks over fees: 'We are going to push back harder'

Politico:
Elizabeth Warren debate: 'Wall St. broke this country’

Boston Globe:
Liberals seek to muster Tea Party-style fervor

USA Today:
Terrorist takes U.S. to court over his confinement conditions at Supermax

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. to mandate standardized health care form to avoid confusion between facilities

The Hill:
White House targets lawmaker for criticizing solar energy loans

Fox News:
Sources Say Sen. Reid Wants Millionaire Surtax to Pay for Jobs Bill

USA Today:
More parents financing their kids' mortgages

New York Times:
Knox family hired PR company specializing in crisis management soon after Amanda was arrested

The Hill:
Warren Buffett says he will release his tax return if Rupert Murdoch does

Washington Times:
Tens of millions to fix quake damage at National Cathedral

Boston Globe:
GOP elite still not sold on Romney

Washington Post:
State Department fiscal 2012 spending bill warrants a closer look

San Francisco Chronicle:
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes child care unionizing bill

Fox News:
Poll: 1 in 3 U.S. Veterans Believe Iraq and Afghan Wars Not Worth Fighting

Houston Chronicle:
Rep. Michael McCaul presses efforts to designate Mexican drug cartels “foreign terrorist organizations”

Fox News:
Russia and China veto U.N. resolution threatening sanctions against Syria

Politico:
CBS poll: Cain tied for first

Washington Post:
Poll shows a new low in Americans’ approval of Congress -- 14%

Fox News:
Hacker Group Anonymous Threatens to Attack Stock Exchange

USA Today:
Israeli scientist wins Nobel chemistry prize

Washington Times:
Memo: Holder told of ‘Fast and Furious’ as early as July 2010

Washington Times:
China currency sanctions hit snag on Capitol Hill
Reid is hopeful; Boehner is doubtful

washington Times:
Tony Perkins op-ed: Values voters are key to election win
Weak families, communities invite growing government dominance

USA Today:
TSA tests 'pre-screening' of select passengers at 4 airports

Washington Post:
Banks defend debit-card fees amid pressure from Washington

Washington Post/Foreign Policy:
Obama waives penalties on countries that employ child soldiers – again!