Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, January 17, 2013

By Susan Jones | January 17, 2013 | 9:46 AM EST

The Hill:
Republicans worry they’ll lose House if they botch debt talks

The Hill:
American kidnappings in Algeria a 'terrorist attack,' says Panetta

Miami Herald:
Fla. Gov. Rick Scott supports review of state gun laws
‘I want people to feel safe’

Providence Journal:
RI Gov. wants to cut corporate income tax rate to make state more business friendly

The Hill:
Allen West rules out 2014 comeback
"My sights and objectives, political and otherwise, are focused on something far greater"

The Hill:
GOP lawmaker to push measure calling for Holder’s ‘immediate resignation’

Washington Times:
Leahy: Abolish mandatory minimum sentences
Judiciary panel chief sees risk to civil liberties from drones

Miami Herald:
After 2010 campaign, Gov. Rick Scott gave back dog named ‘Reagan’

Washington Post:
As manufacturing bounces back from recession, unions are left behind

Washington Post:
Washington Dulles may close one runway for private-plane parking on inaugural weekend

Washington Times:
Obama using gun issue to advance health law

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Civil liberty group defends college student suspended for Facebook, YouTube comments
Said a female classmate’s legs looked like "a pair of bleached hams"

Washington Times:
Viewed as out of touch, GOP gathers forces to plot rebirth

Denver Post:
Salazar wants to be a voice on immigration reform

Arizona Republic:
Gov. Jan Brewer launches her campaign to expand Medicaid
Plan would pay for the state’s share of Medicaid through hospital assessments, or “bed taxes
Manti Te’o’s Dead Girlfriend Is A Hoax
The Most Heartbreaking And Inspirational Story Of The College Football Season,

San Francsico Chronicle:
A little bit of Solyndra — yours for $9.50

Chicago Tribune:
Notre Dame defends Te'o as victim of hoax

ABC News:
US Navy Minesweeper Runs Aground on Reef in the Philippines

Fox News:
Southwestern Pennsylvania hospital to stop baby deliveries, blaming Obamacare

Fox News:
Obama's possible election dig against Netanyahu could backfire

Houston Chronicle:
Houston Chronicle reporter fired for stripper gig lands new journalism job