Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, December 27, 2012

December 27, 2012 - 10:25 AM

Fox News:
Military to subject Marines to random Breathalyzer tests in strict anti-drinking crackdown

Philadelphia Daily News:
1,243 People Shot in Philly as of Dec. 20
Works out to 1 person shot every six hours, 51 minutes

Chicago Sun-Times:
1 dead, 13 wounded in Chicago holiday violence

Fox News:
Colorado gun background check wait time tops 100 hours after Newtown shooting

The Hill:
Obama looks to retain upper hand as ‘fiscal cliff’ negotiations resume

The Hill:
House GOP leaders push Senate to act on fiscal cliff

The Hill:
NARAL abortion advocate Nancy Keenan stepping down

Fox News:
Raft of unusual state laws to take effect 2013

The Hill:
Report finds US energy production growing, consumption down

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Woman lying in street is run over, twice, by same driver

New York Times:
U.N. Envoy Calls for a Transitional Government in Syria

Fox News:
Lawmaker rips State Dept. for keeping official who 'resigned' over Libya on payroll

Washington Times:
States slowly killing capital punishment
Md. among 3 to debate abolition

Washington Times:
Unions dream big for Obama’s 2nd term; Michigan speech lifted hopes

Arizona Republic:
Environmental group will sue feds over wolf trapping
Let imperiled animals roam, center says

Washington Times:
Obama refuses to explain drone policy in court

Washington Times:
OMB report: ‘No regulatory tsunami’ on way

Washington Post:
Brazilian cities hit by crack epidemic

Denver Post:
Colorado lawmakers to consider electric-car friendly legislation

Chicago Sun-Times:
Family thinks son was shot to death for wearing Lil Jojo hoodie

Chicago Sun-Times:
CPS teachers who lost jobs in controversial turnaround program file discrimination suit

Miami Herald:
40 years later, survivors of Eastern Flight 401 want memorial

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix police union to sue over banned uniforms
Officers complain they lost money spent on clothing that is now banned

UK Daily Mail:
33-ton aquarium bursts in shopping center, showering crowds with live sharks and glass