Newspaper Roundup for Friday, September 14, 2012

September 14, 2012 - 7:54 AM

The Hill:
Poll: Voters think Obama would beat Romney in a fistfight

NY Times:
Egypt, Hearing From Obama, Moves to Heal Rift From Protests

Washington Times:
Four arrested in deadly attack on U.S. Consulate in Libya

Washington Post:
Romney team sharpens attack on Obama’s foreign policy

Denver Post:
Rosary beads seen as gang-related in Loveland high school

NY Times:
Fossil Fuel Industry Ads Dominate TV Campaign

Washington Times:
Not all Obama bundlers are made public; Romney doesn’t release names

New York Times:
Pope Benedict Arrives in Lebanon, Calls for Halt to Weapons to Syria

Washington Post:
Financially troubled parts of Europe consider taxing church properties

Washington Times:
Obama’s ‘tested and proven’ foreign-policy claim put to test

Fox News:
Nadarkhani free, but Iran’s jails hold many more Christians

Arizona Republic:
ICE clerk accused of harboring illegal immigrants

Washington Times:
Va. board to revisit controversial abortion clinic regs

Washington Post:
Talk show hosts Tavis Smiley, Cornel West, fire up ‘Poverty Tour’ in N. Virginia

Fox News:
UCLA shuts down controversial illegal immigrant college program

USA Today:
White supremacists to gather in Tenn. for convention

The Hill:
Kanye West raps 'Mitt Romney don't pay no tax' on new album

Fox News:
Texas fourth-graders instructed to draw disturbing 9/11 pictures

Fox News:
London mansion on sale for record asking price of nearly $500M

The Hill:
Republicans pivot from Libya to broad assault on Obama’s foreign policy

The Hill:
House approves bill to criminalize profiting from lies about military service

Providence Journal:
Judge fines Warwick woman $15 for cockatoo accused of swearing at ex's new love

Miami Herald:
Wrong note? School orchestra bans 6th-grader's purple violin