Newspaper Roundup for Monday, December 12, 2011

By | December 12, 2011 | 8:49 AM EST

Fox News:
U.N. Development Agencies Accumulate Billions -- and Keep Spending a Secret

Houston Chronicle/AP:
Romney shrugs off ‘$10,000 bet’ fallout

Houston Chronicle:
Rick Perry says Romney’s $10,000 bet shows he’s “out of touch”

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago cop helps train Mexico officers to fight drug cartels Washington Post:
Congress edges toward a compromise on spending

Mitt Romney suggests that Gingrich pay back the $1.6 million he got from Freddie Mac

Chicago Sun-Times:
Obama argues for second term in ‘60 Minutes’ interview

Obama on CBS: 'I didn't overpromise'

In Congress, big energy measures to slide past 2012

Fox News:
GOP Leader Claims Dem Support for Payroll Tax Cut, Pipeline Package

Washington Post:
'If same number of people were seeking work today as in 2007, the jobless rate would be 11 percent'

Arizona Republic:
Gabrielle Giffords' former intern launches his political career
Daniel Hernandez, who came to Giffords' rescue, to take school-board seat

Houston Chronicle:
Houston proves to be fertile ground for high-end retail
More  places for the 1 percent to shop

Fox News:
Bolton: Iranian Jamming Technology Could Be Worse News Than Downed Drone

Philadelphia Inquirer/AP:
UK's free health care under threat

Chicago Sun-Times/AP:
Oprah, Louis Farrakhan visit Haiti

Fox News:
Breitbart Quits Advisory Board of GOP Gay Group Over Outing of Perry Pollster

Fox News:
Conservative Group Launches Ad Criticizing Failed Solyndra Loan

USA Today:
'Christmas in Washington' bops along with Bieber

Miami Herald:
Coral Gables man leaves historic house and $1M to Uncle Sam

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Cell phone-sniffing dogs find N.J. prisoners orchestrating crime from behind bars

Washington Times/AP:
Source: Paterno breaks pelvis in fall at home