Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, January 26, 2012

January 26, 2012 - 10:05 AM

Fox News/AP:
New Mexico driver's license data point to fraud by foreign nationals
48 foreign nationals claimed to live at a smoke shop in Albuquerque to get a license

Politico:
Taxpayers are still owed $132.9 billion from President Barack Obama’s financial bailout
Some of those funds will never be repaid, a government watchdog says

Politico:
House GOP to offer health reform 'replace' plan after SCOTUS rules

Washington Times:
State of the debt neglected in Obama speech
‘Where’s the guts?’ to confront fiscal crisis, critics ask

Houston Chronicle:
Poll finds Perry’s ratings sink to all-time low in Texas
As unpopular as Obama

Arizona Republic:
Spike Lee urges blacks to embrace education

Washington Post:
Obama team counting on a weakened Romney
See him damaging himself with independents

Arizona Republic:
Brewer, Obama exchange tense words over book, immigration at airport

Washington Times:
Obama's Medicare nominee gets lifetime payout from private hospital chain

Denver Post:
Obama pitching clean energy in Colorado Thursday

USA Today:
President Obama's energy plan panned by both sides

USA Today:
Obama team offers oil and gas lease sale

Washington Times:
Chevvy Volt safety sparks talk of federal conspiracy

Miami Herald:
Poll: Gingrich, Romney in dead heat in Florida GOP primary

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Thousands say goodbye to 'everyday guy' Joe Paterno

Politico:
Gingrich admits ABC claim was false
The only people Gingrich campaign offered to ABC were his two daughters

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Insurance payments, health-care changes driving cardiologists to leave private practice

Washington Times:
Massive protests greet anniversary of Egypt’s revolution
Crowd marks year since revolution

Miami Herald:
Bill would bar Floridians from using food stamps to buy junk food

Washington Post:
Jeb Bush: Four ways Republicans can win Hispanics back

Politico:
Geithner gone: Doesn't expect to stay on as Treasury secretary if Obama is reelected

Politico:
Transportation Sec'y Ray LaHood's son barred from leaving Egypt
He was there to monitor parliamentary elections

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Black leaders: Gov. Christie needs history lesson after linking civil rights to gay marriage vote
Gov. suggested civil rights pioneers would have welcoming putting their case to a vote

Washington Post:
Philippines may allow greater U.S. military presence in reaction to China’s rise

Philadelphia Inquirer/AP:
AZ inmate arrested for refusing to leave lockup

Philadelphia Daily News:
Pollster: Obama support in Pa. 'mushy'

Washington Times:
Limits on medical pot cause concern in D.C.
Shortages feared at cultivation sites

USA Today:
CDC study can't explain mysterious crawling-skin disease

Washington Post:
D.C. should close or transform more than 36 public schools, study says

Washington Post:
Arlington Cemetery trying to account for missing $12 million

Washington Post:
Worker satisfaction survey open to all 1.8 million federal workers
All federal workers to be quizzed on satisfaction

Politico:
State of the Union registers at 8th grade reading level

Providence Journal:
Boat lost off Nantucket found off Spain, 3 years later

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. County will back off evictions of nonwhite recipients of federal housing subidies
Hoping to avoid a potentially costly civil rights lawsuit

LA Times:
'Octomom' Nadya Suleman's octuplets celebrate 3rd birthday

Fox News:
New York firm proposes using plant DNA to thwart SAT testing fraud

Counterfeit-proof ID card uses molecules of plant DNA to authenticate a student's identity