Newspaper Roundup for Monday, December 17, 2012

December 17, 2012 - 10:20 AM

Chicago Sun-Times:
Leftover money from NATO summit will fund vegetable gardens at 60 Chicago schools

Politico:
Department of Justice: Put a hold on contraception suits

Politico:
Report: Benghazi report due Monday
It will then be provided to members of Congress before a private briefing Wednesday

Politico:
Nikki Haley to announce Jim DeMint's successor at noon Monday

Politico:
GOP governors can gum up health care

Chicago Sun-Times:
2 dead, 16 wounded in weekend violence

Politico:
Fiscal cliff: 2014 budget already delayed

Politico:
Is EPA’s soot rule a sign for the second term?
Tighter air pollution limits on soot from exhaust pipes and smokestacks

Politico:
Brian Terry family sues officials over Fast and Furious


Washington Times:
U.S. doctors fight U.N. ban on preservative in vaccines

Washington Post:
U.S. plans for possibility that Assad could lose control of chemical arms cache

Washington Post:
What makes America’s gun culture totally unique in the world, in four charts

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Chinese school offshores its graduates to U.S. colleges

Fox News/AP:
Australian woman gets workers' comp for sex-related injury during business trip

Chicago Tribune:
Snowstorm expected to hit midwest on Thursday
After the longest snowless street on record

Denver Post:
Denver metro-area communities nix fire sprinklers for new homes