Newspaper Roundup for Monday, December 19, 2011

December 19, 2011 - 9:30 AM

Fox News:
Obama administration is ignoring a petition forgery scandal unfolding in South Bend, Ind.

Fox News:
Travis Air Force Base will not remove holiday Nativity display

Washington Post:
Payroll tax cut extension in doubt amid House Republican uproar

The Hill:
Keystone supporters furious over Chiquita’s no-oil-sands pledge

Arizona Republic:
Sheriff Joe Arpaio to cooperate with Justice Dept. probe
But 'I'm still going to enforce the illegal-immigration laws'

Fox News/AP:
Army Pressed on Why it Kept Trusting Bradley Manning

Houston Chronicle:
Iowa’s biggest newspaper backs Romney

Washington Post:
U.S. military and Taliban using Twitter to wage war with each other

Denver Post:
Commerce City, Colo., to weigh moratorium on hydraulic fracturing

Washington Post:
Transgender immigrant finds new life, protection in D.C.
Fled violence and threats in El Salvador to live as a woman here

USA Today:
Congress' bill may slow switch to efficient light bulbs

Houston Chronicle:
Ron Paul goes on Jay Leno, accuses Michele Bachmann of hating Muslims

Arizona Republic:
Mexico looks to U.S. for voters; Expatriates can cast ballot for president

Politico:
President Obama's sales pitch to gay voters

Politico:
Obama urged to back gay marriage

Washington Post:
$4.5 million gift to support National Zoo panda efforts

Boston Herald:
Romneys wish you a merry Christmas ...

Politico:
Callista Gingrich: A force behind the scenes for Newt

The Hill:
The Hill Poll: Obama more likely to lose than win again, say voters

USA Today:
U.S. farmers aim to bring back homegrown olive oil

USA Today:
Las Vegas' Bellagio fountains learn new dances

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Woman on way home from crash killed in 2d wreck

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Gambler wins $1 million jackpot at A.C. casino