Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 20, 2012

October 19, 2012 - 8:15 AM

New York Times:
Suspect in Libya Attack, in Plain Sight, Scoffs at U.S.
Ahmed Abu Khattala named as one of the ringleaders of the Sept. 11 attack

Washington Times:
Voters unsure of Obama’s agenda; President’s second-term plans vague

Politico:
Hillary Clinton trashes women who whine about stress of job-family life

Chicago Sun-Times:
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. might be heading back to Mayo Clinic

LA Times:
A 'small anomaly' shuts down Keystone pipeline for several days

New York Times:
Campaigns See Latino Voters as Deciders in 3 Key States
Colorado, Florida and Nevada

Washington Times:
Obama: ‘We weren’t confused’ about cause of Libya attack
“If four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal"

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Heroin killed Garrett Reid, son of Eagles' coach

Politico:
Romney confident enough about N.C. to shift staff out of the state

USA Today:
Yankees official: A-Rod picking up women during game

Washington Post:
CIA seeks to expand drone fleet, officials say

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Sandusky's 'Victim 1' makes his name public

Chicago Tribune:
After counseling, people ate more fruit -- not more vegetables

Washington Times:
Va. Health Commissioner resigns over abortion clinic regulations

Fox News:
NY appeals court strikes down Defense of Marriage Act

Politico:
Ann Romney corrects Whoopi Goldberg on LDS

Washington Post:
For Obama and Romney, small New Hampshire could have a big impact

Chicago Tribune:
Clerks lobby against election filing deadline on Christmas Eve

Fox News:
A skit performed at Universal Studios in Orlando is tough on Romney, but easy on Obama

Fox News:
Fort Hood shooting suspect can be forcibly shaved, US court rules

The Hill:
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) calls GOP opponent "lowlife scumbag" and "gutter dweller"

Washington Post:
Ann Romney: If Mitt loses, we’re done with politics

Washington Post:
Man held after molotov cocktail is dropped at shopping mall

USA Today:
U.S. commander in Japan apologizes for rape case

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Newark debuts N.J.'s only all-boys public school amid high hopes, criticism

Chicago Sun-Times:
Abortion front and center in final Walsh-Duckworth debate

Politico:
Dinesh D’Souza resigns as college head over womanizing concerns