Newspaper Roundup for Monday, January 16, 2012

By Susan Jones | January 16, 2012 | 8:53 AM EST

Fox News:
As Keystone pipeline decision looms, White House suggests deadline is too soon

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Philly mayor urges city to make MLK Day non-violent
"Can we be nonviolent for just one day in this city?"

San Francisco Chronicle:
Black pastors urge followers to join Occupy fold

The Hill:
Poll finds Romney pulling away in SC

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie tells Oprah he'll be 'much more ready' in 2016

Los Angeles Times:
Mother brought marijuana to juvenile probation camp, deputies say

Washington Times:
Congress logs most futile legislative year on record
Outlook for House, Senate also shows scant accomplishment for ‘12 session

Fox News/AP:
India reports new TB strain resistant to all drugs

Washington Times:
Scientists want climate change to influence young minds

Washington Times:
Conservative activists say pro-Santorum vote was rigged

Washington Times:
Santorum: Make it me against Romney

USA Today:
Airlines pocket windfall profits on fares to Europe, study says

USA Today:
Hillary Clinton in Liberia for inauguration of female president

The Hill:
House GOP leaders get heat from rank-and-file ahead of debt vote

Houston Chronicle:
New strain of medical marijuana named for Beyonce’s baby

Los Angeles Times:
Paula Deen may soon reveal she has Type 2 diabetes

Miami Herald:
Delta: Flight diverted to Fla. for 'unruly' couple

Miami Herald:
Argentine family, in U.S. since 2001, unlikely to be deported

Palm Beach Post:
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