Newspaper Roundup for Monday, November 21, 2011

By Susan Jones | November 21, 2011 | 8:24am EST
Washington Times:
Feds probing possible cyberattacks at Illinois, Texas utilities
Water utilities across the country are being urged to step up their cybersecurity

Washington Post:
Congress kills request for National Climate Service

USA Today:
Hospitals try to find savings, cut unnecessary care

USA Today:
Some shelters dish out organic Thanksgiving to homeless

USA Today:
$1B homeowner program mainly benefited 3 states

Fox News:
Libya May Have Received Shells for Chemical Weapons From Iran, Report says

Houston Chronicle:
Water shortage: Central Texas town in race to keep taps flowing

Chicago Sun-Times:
‘Sexting’ suburban principal resigns

The Hill:
Dem senator: Obama needs to ‘step forward,’ save supercommittee talks

Afghan students protest U.S. troops

Los Angeles Times:
Californians support making teachers' reviews public

The Hill:
Team Obama foresees race against Romney, sharpens attacks

Baltimore Sun:
Md. revokes 157 nursing assistants' certificates

Arizona Republic:
Immigration takes back seat to economy, jobs as voter issue
Economy, jobs seen as bigger concern in 2012 election

Houston Chronicle/AP:
U-Arkansas football player dies at hospital after collapsing in dorm

Houston Chronicle:
Penn State police report another indecent assault

Fox News:
Elderly Democrat calls sexual abuse claims 'completely false and shameful'

Los Angeles Times:
UC president "appalled" at UC Davis pepper spray incident

Fox News:
Scattered boos for Michelle Obama, Jill Biden at NASCAR season finale

Washington Times:
Seismic shift on Hill sank amendment bid for balanced budget

Fox News:
McDonald's, Target Drop Egg Supplier Over Animal Cruelty Charges

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