Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 14, 2011

October 14, 2011 - 8:26 AM

USA Today:
New TSA tactic: Questioning fliers; Experimental approach raises privacy issues
Chat-downs on top of pat-downs...

Houston Chronicle:
Mexicans demand international human rights investigation into violence

Washington Post:
House passes Protect Life Act
Would prohibit federal funding for any health care plan that covers abortion services

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. teacher's Facebook comments about gays spark firestorm of controversy

Washington Post:
U.S. puts Iraq withdrawal plans under wraps to discourage attacks

Houston Chronicle:
Anita Perry says press, fellow GOPers have ‘brutalized’ husband’s campaign

Boston Globe:
State Senate approves casino gambling bill
Patrick could sign measure by end of year

Washington Post:
For Cain, questions remain beyond ‘9-9-9’

USA Today:
Solar company Solyndra says its CEO has resigned

Arizona Republic:
Arizona gives first graders three years to learn to read
Students who lack reading proficiency at end of grade 3 will be held back

Boston Globe:
Brown dismisses flap over copied speech as ‘a little silly’

Washington Post:
House approves abortion-funding measure

Boston Globe:
Columnist: From top to bottom, Red Sox are just unlikeable

Washington Post:
Romney would be tough on China, he says

Los Angeles Times:
ACLU files suit over alleged racial profiling of students

Washington Post:
Army to phase out nerve-agent testing on animals

The Hill:
Al Gore backs Occupy Wall Street protests

The Hill:
Boehner confronts Obama on claim that GOP lawmakers have no jobs plan

Politico:
Barack Obama calls John Boehner, gets earful

The Hill:
GOP claims Obama administration wants your medical records

USA Today:
Rolling Stone profile: Jobs was 'romantic' and 'despotic'

Washington Times:
Panetta warns of retreat in Africa due to budget cuts
Defense secretary says automatic spending cuts would be ‘mindless’

Washington Post:
U.S. launches campaign to track down Libyan missiles

USA Today:
Conn. man convicted in brutal '07 home invasion

Houston Chronicle:
Thank-you cards from China pose mystery for WWII vets