Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, December 8, 2011

December 8, 2011 - 9:04 AM

Fox News:
Grassley Calls for Top Justice Official's Resignation Over Gunrunning Operations

The Hill:
Marines to cut troops, not weapons, to meet 2013 budget cuts

Washington Times:
Gingrich: John Bolton will be my secretary of state

Fox News/AP:
Putin accuses Clinton of encouraging russian protesters

The Hill:
President Obama won't go to Hawaii while payroll tax is in limbo

Los Angeles Times:
California's healthcare spending per person among lowest in U.S.

Washington Post:
Despite $5 billion investment, Obama’s green-car revolution sputters

Fox News:
Lawmakers Blast Administration For Calling Fort Hood Massacre 'Workplace Violence'

Boston Globe:
Radical Elizabeth Warren opens lead on Sen. Scott Brown

Los Angeles Times:
Chris Christie campaigns for Romney in Iowa

Los Angeles Times:
Romney says little about his years as Mormon leader

Washington Times:
Feds use video surveillance to catch people engaged in workers’ comp fraud

New York Times:
Eyeing 2012, White House Presses Europe on Debt

Politico:
Eric Holder to get 'Fast & Furious' grilling from GOP

Politico:
GOP itches for fight with Obama over pipeline

Palm Beach Post:
'Daily Show' reporter asks Gov. Rick Scott to pee in a cup

Denver Post:
Colorado launches bid for spaceport near Denver

The Hill:
Democrats push back on Republican claims of growing Jewish support

Fox News:
N.C. principal forced to retire after suspending 9-year-old for calling teacher 'cute'

Denver Post:
Text messages show attitudes and frustrations of officers assigned to patrol Occupy Denver protests

Politico:
Obama's contraceptive coverage decision could erode his standing with religious voters

Washington Times:
Kaine hits Allen over ‘bullying’ in first Virginia debate
Senate hopeful cites ‘macaca’ as example

Washington Post:
MF Global CEO Jon Corzine: ‘I simply do not know where the money is’

Los Angeles Times:
Sarah Palin says she won't endorse before Iowa, praises Gingrich