Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, December 1, 2011

December 1, 2011 - 10:11 AM

Washington Post:
White House Christmas decorations go to the dogs
Obamas put a replica of the first dog in every room

Chicago Sun-Times:
Landlord seeks to evict Herman Cain accuser from her Glenview home
Says she owes $7,500 in back rent

Washington Times:
D.C.'s special funds for needy used more for perks
Council member calls for closing accounts

Chicago Sun-Times:
High schools to hold weekly crime-fighting meetings with police
Will talk about crimes in and around schools and devise strategies to combat them

Fox News:
Penn State Bought Adult Domain Names to Block Usage Prior to Sex Abuse Scandal

Fox News:
Clinton tells Burma to break military ties with N. Korea
Clinton challenges Burma on reforms, while Florida Rep criticizes visit

Washington Post:
Mitt Romney struggles to find a strategy to combat Newt Gingrich’s surge

Fox News:
Boehner willing to team with Democrats on spending bill to keep the government open?
Averting a Christmas-Time Government Shutdown May Exclude Conservatives

The Hill:
GOP risks losing its image as the party opposed to tax hikes, GOP leaders warn
'You aren’t a Republican if you want to raise taxes on struggling families,' Cantor says

The Hill:
Additional budget cuts could force House committees to lay off staffers

Washington Times:
Obama, Congress restore U.S. horse-slaughter industry

Fox News:
Fordham Law Students Accuse School of Misleading Birth Control Policy

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Rep. Rob Andrews (D-NJ) 'knowingly' violated campaign funds law, watchdog says
Took his family to Scotland for donor's wedding

USA Today:
Michigan may join states that allow carrying of stun guns

Fox News:
School Apologizes for Christmas Religious Message

Fox News:
'Fast and Furious' Whistleblowers Struggle Six Months After Testifying Against ATF Program

Washington Times:
Source: Cuccinelli set to announce gubernatorial run

The Hill:
Bachmann says her remark about US embassy in Iran ‘taken out of context’

Denver Post:
Former sheriff's arrest in Colorado meth-for-sex case bewilders friends

Houston Chronicle:
Perry would send civil servants who disagree with him to work in “some really God-awful place”
Federal employee unions irate after his comment

Washington Post:
Kris Humphries seeks annulment of marriage to Kim Kardashian on basis of fraud

USA Today:
Santa letters show nation in need

USA Today:
Hotel breakfast: Can you stomach $15 oatmeal?

USA Today:
Celeb baby names creep onto most popular list

Miami Herald:
Hialeah fire union leaders agree to concessions