Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, November 15, 2012

November 15, 2012 - 9:10 AM

Chicago Tribune:
Jindal rebukes Romney, saying his 'gifts' argument is 'absolutely wrong'
Romney said Obama owes his reelection to “gifts” his administration gave various groups

Chicago Sun-Times:
Hostess tells striking workers: back to work or company liquidates
18,000 jobs at stake

Chicago Sun-Times:
Obama defends Rice on Benghazi, says critics 'should go after me'

Los Angeles Times:
Sebelius subpoenaed over efforts to promote healthcare reform

Fox News:
New college graduates can expect modest rise in hiring, survey says

Politico:
Warren Buffett backs Hillary Clinton in 2016

The Hill:
Obama signs directive on cyber warfare
Lays out rules on how and when U.S. military can use cyber ops against foreign threats

Boston Globe:
Paula Broadwell abandoned her bid for a doctorate from Harvard in 2007

Washington Times:
Limbaugh raises Petraeus blackmail scenario

Houston Chronicle:
BP in “advanced discussions” to settle criminal penalties in Gulf disaster

Fox News:
Florida sends auditors to investigate voting irregularities, as Rep. West holds out hope

Washington Times:
Obama urges Israel, Egypt leaders to ‘de-escalate’ Gaza violence

Politico:
Obama says climate change to take backseat to economy

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Newark teachers union approves landmark contract offering merit pay bonuses

Fox News:
FBI agent under review for conduct in Petraeus scandal is counterterrorism veteran

The Hill:
Congressional leaders take a hard line on taxes ahead of Friday meeting with Obama

The Hill:
Senate Republicans’ election lesson is to work on fielding better candidates

Fox News:
More deaths reported as Israeli military, Gaza militants trade fire

Fox News:
Air Force changing how it selects officers and instructors who train new recruits
Reforms follow sex scandal

The Hill:
Chicago reporter congratulates Obama on reelection in presser

Chicago Sun-Times:
Emanuel seeks to make city vending machine fare healthier