Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 4, 2009

By Susan Jones | February 4, 2009 | 6:48 AM EST

Washington Times:
Producers want more ethanol in gas
UK minister holds 'burglary summit'
Fears more break-ins because of recession
Boston Globe:
Report finds green jobs don’t all pay well
Fox News:
House Leaders Wary of CAIR After FBI Shuns Islamic Advocacy Group
Washington Post:
Senate Lacks Votes to Pass Stimulus
Democrats Trying to Trim $900 Billion Plan to Gain GOP Support

Washington Post:
Administration Is Described as Being at a Loss
'There Were No Other Names,' Ally Says
Obama wants to avoid trade war
Washington Times:
Health care reform not No. 1 on Hill
Boston Globe:
$100m gift from Massachusetts man bolsters AIDS fight
Businessman will start institute to find vaccine
Chicago Sun-Times/AP:
Cashing in: Obama's campaign manager, David Plouffe getting 7-figure book deal 
Boston Globe/Bloomberg:
MySpace identifies 90,000 sex offenders on its site
Los Angeles Times:
Octuplets' mother filed at least two workers' compensation claims

Boston Globe:
Privacy concerns: Cambridge halts activation of surveillance cameras
Washington Times:
District cracks down on icy cars
Danger of 'flying' chunks cited
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pa. governor pushing video poker for tuition aid
Proposal met with instant criticism
Boston Globe:
More think college degree is essential
Chicago Sun-Times:
Strategy used in Iraq against insurgents helps Chicago cops fight crime
‘Targeting the most dangerous actors’
Chicago Sun-Times:
Actor Kevin Costner plans to bring a minor league team to Zion, Ill.
Facebook Marks Its Fifth Birthday
Washington Times:
Air Force nuclear units fail two inspections in past three months
Washington Post:
Gun, tobacco measures stall in Virginia 
Washington Post:
Chinese TV Airs Protester Throwing Shoe at Premier
USA Today:
2 million enjoy free breakfast at Denny’s
San Francisco Chronicle:
Jail for 'vile threats' to animal researchers
Fox News/AP:
4-Year-Old Girl Killed in Front-Loading Washing Machine