Newspaper Roundup for Monday, November 5, 2012

November 5, 2012 - 9:43 AM

Politico:
Post-election flood of ‘Obamacare’ rules expected
Has slowed to a trickle in recent months in an attempt to avoid controversies before the election

The Hill:
Biden: House members tell him they’d be more open to compromise after election

Politico:
The looming GOP civil war - whether Mitt wins or not

Politico:
Barack Obama, the unhappy warrior: He just wasn’t that into it

Washington Post:
Election week Nor’easter to likely pound coastal areas, question marks inland

Washington Post:
D.C. area residents brave long lines to cast early ballots

Washington Times:
AP Video: Obama: "You Know I Tell the Truth"

USA Today:
In close race, third-party candidates could tilt election

USA Today:
Obama's early-voting lead smaller than in 2008

Washington Times:
New York City faces relocating thousands of Sandy’s victims

Los Angeles Times:
Confusion arises in Florida's early voting

Fox News:
NY Daily News joins growing number of newspapers switching endorsement to Romney

The Hill:
Some polls have Obama 4 or 5 points ahead; Others don't

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Low-key Southern Baptists power N.J. food relief

The Hill:
Poll: Swing-state voters split 48-48 between Obama, Romney

Washington Times:
Kremlin: U.S. election system 'worst in world'

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Teams of lawyers for Obama, Romney get ready for Election Day

The Hill:
Romney says Obama campaign slogan should be ‘forewarned’

Washington Times:
Obama seeks votes as complaints mount over storm response

Washington Times op-ed:
Sandy is Obama’s Katrina — but the media looks away

USA Today:
Obama: 'I will work with anybody of any party'

Washington Times:
Obama stops making promises to lead an ethical, open government

Washington Post:
Millions may have to pay alternative minimum tax for the first time

Washington Times:
Obama’s pitch: Slow but steady gains for middle class

Fox News:
What laser capability did Benghazi team have?

Washington Post:
Black preacher spreads the Word ... against Obama

Washington Post:
Coastal cities seek protections against superstorms

The Hill:
Unions aim to lock collective bargaining into state constitutions

Fox News:
99-year-old Florida woman votes for the first time

Washington Post:
Cold weather and an approaching deepen gloom among Sandy’s victims; some seek solace in faith

Chicago Sun-Times:
2 killed, 17 injured since Saturday

Chicago Tribune:
NJ governor pledges to vote Romney despite praising Obama

Fox News:
Palestinian leader Arafat's remains to be exhumed Nov. 26

Fox News:
Appeals court to consider Arizona's 20-week abortion ban

Politico:
Senate appears destined to remain in Democratic hands

Politico:
Democrats' drive to retake House falters

Politico:
New Jersey to allow voting by e-mail and fax

Politico:
Clinton slams Romney in Iowa op-ed

Politico:
Exclusive: Christie was Mitt's first choice for VP

New York Times:
Israeli Report Cites a Thwarted 2010 Move on Iran

New York Times:
As Scandal Flared, BBC’s Leaders Missed Red Flags

New York Times:
In Sight of Manhattan Skyline, Living Forlorn and in the Dark

Arizona Republic:
Visitors return rocks stolen from Petrified Forest

Denver Post:
Welding is the new hot course on campus

Houston Chronicle:
Long waits led to disturbance at polling site, official says

Houston Chronicle:
Ref curses in front of NFL crowd, television audience

New York Post:
Marathon canceled, but generators and supplies still sit unused in park

New York Post:
Marines begin Hurricane Sandy relief work in Queens and Staten Island

Philadelphia Inquirer:
More people die of lung cancer than any other, yet research funding lags far behind

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Number of N.J. customers without power post-Sandy falls below 1M