Newspaper Roundup for Monday, January 30, 2012

January 30, 2012 - 9:39 AM

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix leaders try to halt Arpaio vote
Human Relations Commission may call for county sheriff to step down

Washington Post:
FDA workers sue agency over monitoring personal e-mails

Fox News/Wall Street Journal:
New World Trade Center skyscraper becomes world's most expensive new office tower

Palm Beach Post:
Gingrich loses ground Sunday as Romney soars ahead, leading up to Tuesday's GOP primary in Florida

Washington Times:
Senate Democrats to take test vote on insider trading ban

New York Times:
U.S. Drones Patrolling Its Skies Provoke Outrage in Iraq
Drones helping to protect the U.S. Embassy and consulate

Washington Times:
McConnell won’t say no to tax increases

Politico:
Robert Gibbs back on Obama payroll

Denver Post:
Advocates fighting to keep music on curriculum in Colorado schools

Washington Post:
LED bulbs to be installed Monday on the Mall

Washington Times:
Gingrich blames attack ads for slump in Florida
Says Romney is ‘carpet-bombing’

USA Today:
Swing States poll: Romney and Obama tied; Gingrich trails

Fox News:
Indiana secretary of state's voter fraud trial starts

USA Today:
Drug dealers get creative in pursuit of oxycodone

Fox News/NY Post:
Soap actor commits suicide after pup's 'forced' euthanasia

Politico:
RNC chairman compares Obama to disgraced captain of cruise ship Costa Concordia

Washington Times:
U.S. tries to steady oil-rich, but restive Nigeria

USA Today:
Obama's day: A virtual interview

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Donald Trump looks to spend eternity in N.J. as real estate mogul seeks private cemetery

The Hill:
Panetta: Iran could have nuclear weapons, delivery vehicles in 2-3 years

USA Today:
Occupy D.C. camps face noon deadline

Los Angeles Times:
Ford has its strongest year in a decade

USA Today:
New app turns smartphone into a hotel room TV remote control

Los Angeles Times:
Afghan accused of strangling wife who gave birth to third girl

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Workers burned at chocolate factory

New York Times:
Search for Aliens Is on Again, but Next Quest Is Finding Money

The Hill:
Republican lawmakers begin pushback against Obama recess appointments