Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, January 21, 2010

January 21, 2010 - 7:13 AM
Washington Times:
Obama's bank tax spurs fairness queries
 
Washington Times:
Distrust of federal government could dampen Census count
 
Boston Globe:
Tea Party shows its muscle in Bay State
 
Fox News:
Cindy McCain Takes Part in Pro-Gay Marriage Photo Shoot
 
Boston Globe:
Mass. congressional delegation braces for GOP challenges
 
Washington Post:
NY Times plans to charge readers for online content starting in 2011
 
USA Today editorial:
'Why climate change spurs whining about cold snaps'
As our bodies adapt to warmer winters, the cold snaps are a shock...
 
USA Today:
Sex on TV: It's increasingly uncut — and unavoidable
 
USA Today:
More college freshmen call being well-off 'very important'
 
Boston Globe:
High-ranking police official reprimanded for rude treatment of colleagues
 
Washington Post:
In a first test for court watchers, Sotomayor upholds death sentence
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Cook County Court clerk charges workers who wear jeans on Fridays
But no one knows where the money goes...
 
Washington Post:
Report cites flaws in foreclosure prevention effort, sees new wave of defaults
 
USA Today:
Ineligible firms got $25M in stimulus work
 
BBC:
China's economy grew by 8.7% in 2009
On course to become world's second-largest economy
 
Washington Post:
Intelligence chief says FBI was too hasty in handling of Abdulmutallab
should have been interrogated by special terrorism investigators instead of FBI agents
 
New York Times:
Expanding Use of Wind Power Feasible, but May Be Costly
 
Politico:
Palin to hit 2010 trail
 
Seattle Times:
Pacific's rising acid levels threatening marine life
 
Fox News:
Report: John Edwards Set to Admit Paternity of Love Child
 
USA Today:
Same-sex couples can be effective parents, researchers find
 
USA Today:
Group urges improved value, breadth of college degrees
Some say focus should be on whether the degree has value
 
Washington Times:
Defense Secretary Gates wants nuclear talks with China
To 'avoid misunderstandings'
 
Washington Times:
U.S. to deploy missiles near Russia
 
Washington Post:
Brown's victory in Mass. 'hardly a repudiation of health reform'
 
Washington Post:
Obama blames Massachusetts Senate loss on middle-class economic pain
 
Boston Globe:
Aides say Coakley will seek reelection as attorney general
 
Denver Post:
Plan for gun ban at Colorado State unveiled
 
Washington Times:
Republicans want hearing on bailout for Fannie, Freddie
 
BBC:
Defense Secretary Gates to press Pakistan on fighting militants
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
First Lady Michelle Obama enlists mayors' help in anti-obesity fight
'We're looking to you to be leaders on the front lines of this effort'
 
BBC:
Starbucks sees its profits triple
 
BBC:
National Health Service obesity operation access is inconsistent, surgeons say
 
Boston Globe:
Officers who lie will face dismissal, Boston police commissioner says
One union calls change just a publicity stunt
 
Washington Post:
Inspector general cites 'egregious breakdown' in FBI oversight
 
Washington Times:
Shanahan hires son as Redskins' offensive coordinator
 
Washington Post/AP:
New Zealand army to remove Bible citations from armaments
 
Fox News:
Muslims Angry Over U.S. Military 'Jesus' Rifles
 
Seattle Times:
Washington State jobless rate jumps to 9.5%
 
Washington Post/AP:
SC gov apologizes in final state-of-state speech
The Hill:
Unions get behind Obama bank fee
 
Providence Journal:
Loughlin, challenger to Rep. Patrick Kennedy, says he can tap same anger
Kennedy declared that he is “absolutely not” worried about his reelection challenge
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie issues order curbing political donations by unions
 
The Local:
Sweden to prescribe exercise to battle youth obesity
 
The Local:
Sweden to tackle 'ticking bomb' of Islamic violence
 
The Local:
Sick leave dominates first election year debate