Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013

By Susan Jones | February 7, 2013 | 8:57 AM EST

Fox News:
Supermarkets cry foul as FDA proposes new food labeling rule under ObamaCare

San Francisco Chronicle:
School lunch funds misused across California, report says
The funds were spent on other school needs

Washington Times:
Military is advised against lower standards for women

Miami Herald:
Judge OK's plan for gay man, lesbian couple to be on daughter's birth certificate

Washington Times:
Panic rises as sequesters grow near
Defense cuts biggest point of contention

Fox News:
Iran releases footage allegedly extracted from US drone

Washington Times:
Still seeking Benghazi answers, Senate panel to quiz Panetta

USA Today:
An Alzheimer's 'epidemic' could hit the USA by 2050

Washington Post:
Sen. Menendez contacted top officials in friend’s Medicare dispute
CBS sends out memo regarding proper attire for this weekend's Grammy Awards

Washington Post:
Obama's Interior Pick Lacks Political Experience

Timothy Geithner prepares to blast back at critics

The Hill:
LaHood: ‘America is one big pothole’

Christian Science Monitor:
Tunisia's double blow: political assassination, government dissolution

Washington Post:
Fairfax Co. employees get mental health first aid training

Baltimore Sun:
Thousands go to Annapolis for gun-control rally and hearing
Governor testifies in support of assault weapons ban, other measures

Washington Post:
Meet Marco Rubio, the new leader of the Republican party

Fox News:
Family sues Disneyland, claims rabbit character is 'racist'

Fox News:
Escaped camel hit by minivan on California roadway

Fox News:
New Jersey fashionista left 'grudge list' before jumping to death, sources say

The Hill:
Lawmakers yuk it up at annual Washington Press Club dinner

Denver Post:
New citizens have mixed feelings about amnesty for illegal immigrants

Fox News:
Duke fraternity suspended amid protest over Asian-themed party

Chicago Tribune:
Chicago's Gay Pride festival, parade split over 2 weekends

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Breastaurants coming to South Florida