Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 7, 2011

By Susan Jones | October 7, 2011 | 8:30 AM EDT

The Hill:
Reid triggers ‘nuclear option’ to change Senate rules, end repeat filibusters

Dems change rules; Senate in chaos

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NJ woman could be first American Muslim to wear hijab while competing at Olympics

Washington Times:
White House feels pressure on Keystone oil pipeline
State Department OK doesn’t sway greens

The Hill:
Dems use 10th anniversary to urge end to Afghan war

Nancy Pelosi: ‘God bless’ Wall Street protesters

Fox News/AP:
Kansas Man Sues Facebook Over Privacy Breach

GOP freshman calls on Holder to resign

The Hill:
Geithner denies that the White House intends to cap banking industry profits

Miami Herald:
Child-porn warrants detail federal official’s online activities
Anthony V. Mangione, ICE's top man in Fla., was indicted last week

Washington Post:
Cain: I’m running against ‘Romney’s money’

The Hill:
Momentum in Congress builds for approval of corporate tax holiday

Washington Post:
White House order to establish new cybersecurity policies

The Local:
Swedish mayor proposes temporary citizenship for new immigrants

Los Angeles Times:
Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket Steve Jobs' funeral

Fox News:
Judge Grants Illegal Immigrant Work Privileges in Jail Sentence for Drunken-Driving

The Hill:
GOP lawmaker: Obama ‘doesn’t understand this country’s economic system’

The Hill:
Boehner: Obama has 'given up' on governing to campaign for 2012

USA Today:
$1B foreclosure aid program ends with $568 million unspent
Not enough people were approved in time to receive aid

The Hill:
Frustrated Democrats want top Obama housing official to resign
Edard DeMarco is acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency

USA Today:
Kids' ER concussion visits up 60 percent over decade

Washington Post:
Anita Hill, back in Washington, re-enters an old debate

Palm Beach Post:
Billy Bob Thornton's daughter gets 20 years for child's death