Newspaper Roundup for Monday, October 10, 2011

October 10, 2011 - 8:00 AM

Los Angeles Times:
Obama's job-creation panel includes job-cutting executives

Politico:
MSNBC’s O’Donnell suggests Herman Cain was a bystander on civil rights

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. County expands no-cost healthcare

Politico:
Report: Post-recession income falls

Palm Beach Post/AP:
Calif. gov. enacts ban on open handgun carrying
Misdemeanor to carry an exposed and unloaded gun in a public place

Los Angeles Times:
Insurers try basing rates on individual cars' data
To get discount, driver must install device that monitors driving habits

Politico:
Holder denies charges that he misled Congress about his knowledge of Operation Fast and Furious

Washington Post:
Herman Cain is the Republican flavor of the month. Who will be next?

Politico:
Cain: 'I'm not running for theologian-in-chief'
Refuses to answer Mormon question

Politico:
Bachmann refuses to say if Mitt Romney is a Christian

Politico:
Bachmann closes Virginia campaign office

Los Angeles Times:
Fast and Furious weapons were found in Mexico cartel enforcer's home


Palm Beach Post:
Marijuana-shaped candy alarms parents, officials
'Pothead Lollipops'

Denver Post:
Immigrants in Alabama, fearing deportation, make plans for kids
Asking friends and relatives to take them if parents are deported

Boston Globe:
Activists pushing to form labor union for daycare, preschool workers
'Massachusetts Early Childhood Educators Union'


Washington Times:
Court reaffirms worker’s comp award to nurse who crashed car while checking cellphone

Palm Beach Post/AP:
Hank Jr. writes song about 'Fox & Friends,' ESPN

Washington Post:
Former Florida shuttle workers still struggling to find jobs

Los Angeles Times:
Woman stabbed by husband is saved by breast implant, reports say

Politico:
NPR prepares for a new reality

Los Angeles Times:
N. Korea suspected in poison-needle attacks on S.Korea activists

Houston Chronicle:
Fan throws hot dog at Woods

Washington Post:
Jobs bill backed by Obama seeks to remedy discrimination against unemployed applicants

Politico:
Health care reform's fate could be determined by 2012 races

Boston Globe:
Optimism, candor boost Cain in polls
Message resonates as others falter

Providence Journal:
Headstone unveiled in Pawtucket for last man executed in R.I.
Plaque reads, 'Forgiveness is the best revenge'

Houston Chronicle:
Research prowess powers Texas solar industry

Politico:
Pelosi: Sen. Scott Brown disrespects women
Criticizes Brown's response to his rival, Elizabeth Warren

Chicago Sun-Times:
Firefighter, running Chicago marathon for charity, dies near finish line

Fox News:
Iranian Actress Reportedly Sentenced to 1 Year in Jail, 90 Lashes
For her role in a film about the limits imposed on Iranian artists