Newspaper Roundup for Jan. 6, 2009

By Susan Jones | January 6, 2009 | 7:18 AM EST

Washington Times:
Obama's Justice pick draws fire of pro-lifers
Senate grumbles about Panetta pick
Biden weirdness on the economy: 'We're at war'
Fox News:
Bipartisan Group May Launch Dingell-for-Speaker Protest Vote Tuesday
Editor & Publisher:
'NYT' Sells First Front-Page Ads

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Missouri unemployment fund needs loan to stay solvent
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Fayette schools to teachers: Please return your pay raises
Boston Globe:
Mass. governor intensifies state's push to curb soaring health premiums
Rising premiums threaten to doom state’s experiment with universal insurance
Washington Post:
Obama Pitches Stimulus Plan to Skeptical GOP Leaders

Washington Post/AP:
Prop. 8 backers blast Calif. Attorney General

Washington Post:
Fairfax Plan Would Delay High School Start
San Francisco Chronicle:
Vandals desecrate pro-gay Catholic church

San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Retired Admiral Dennis Blair tapped to be Obama’s director of national intelligence
New York Times:
In Fatah-Governed West Bank, Solidarity With Hamas
Houston Chronicle:
Hispanic issues face 'considerable setback' with Bill Richardson’s exit

Houston Chronicle:
Police chief calls on city to help curb black deaths
Houston Chronicle/AP:
Citgo suspends donations of heating oil in U.S.

Rocky Mountain News:
Soldier dies after bar fight over Jimmy Buffett song

Boston Globe:
Tufts Medical Center to break with Blue Cross
Hospital takes high-risk step over doctor pay
USA Today:
Bush to make Pacific's Mariana Trench a national monument

Boston Globe:
Wait list started for TV converter box coupons
Washington Times:
Blacks lead both chambers in Colorado Legislature, a first for nation

Fox News:
Hollywood Conservatives Encouraged to Come Out of the Closet