Newspaper Roundup for Monday, October 31, 2011

By Susan Jones | October 31, 2011 | 8:02 AM EDT

The Hill:
Second Energy Department-backed company goes bankrupt

Baltimore Sun:
State Court of Appeals overturns conviction of illegal immigrant
Man not told he would be deported if he pleaded guilty

Miami Herald:
Miami-Dade school district makes midterms and finals optional for students

Houston Chronicle:
Mosquitoes are being genetically engineered to kill their own offspring
Research is arousing concern about possible unintended consequences

Fox News:
Chemical weapons found in Libya

Washington Post:
Clinton credited with key role in success of NATO airstrikes, Libyan rebels

Fox News:
Iran demands compensation from U.S. over claims it plotted to kill Saudi ambassador

USA Today:
Fox's 'Glee' perpetuating "harmful" myths about adoption, critics say
Suggests that birth mothers can simply take back a child

Exclusive: 2 women accused Herman Cain of inappropriate behavior

Fox News:
Planned Parenthood Rejects Cain Claim Abortion Clinics Are Aimed at Black 'Genocide'

USA Today:
Oakland protesters organize citywide strike

Fox News:
Aide: Administration Cooperating on Congressional Probe of Solyndra, Subpoena Talk is Premature

Fox News:
White House Orders Review of Energy Department Loans in Wake of Solyndra Scandal

San Francisco Chronicle:
Keystone pipeline protest heading to White House

Washington Post:
Study links fungus to bat-killing disease

Washington Times:
Israeli prisoner swap may be prelude to attack on Iran
Shalit deal viewed as way to ‘clear the deck’

San Fran Chronicle:
Pakistani Sesame Street preaches tolerance

Chris Matthews: Obama's too cool

Washington Post:
DC suburb is growing more segregated, census shows

Philadelphia Inquirer:
USDA marksmen will begin killing Valley Forge deer soon
"The ecological goal should be enabling animals on public lands," liberal activist says

Washington Post:
Trial beginning for illegal alien involved in drunk driving case
Crash in Virginia killed nun, unleased fury

USA Today:
Some states rethink felony property crimes

Rick Perry flip-flops on debates

Wall Street reform law bogged down
Federal agencies have blown about 77 percent of the rule-making deadlines

Steve Jobs offered help to Obama 2012

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix police chief: Occupy Phoenix demonstrations cost city over $200,000
Councilman Sal DiCiccio to suggest charging protesters

Denver Post:
Occupy Denver protesters, law enforcement officers clash; 20 arrested

New York Times:
October snowstorm Leaves More Than 3 Million Without Power

Palm Beach Post:
Adult deer found inside python in Everglades

The Hill:
Female GOP voters tend to favor Romney