Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, November 17, 2011

November 17, 2011 - 9:06 AM

New York Times:
More employers penalizing employees with unhealthy lifestyles
Rather than rewarding good habits; 'Smokers' penalty'

New York Times:
U.S. launches review of all deportation cases
Only convicted criminals will be kicked out

Washington Times:
Hopes dim for amendment to balance budget
Congress is ready to try again, but bipartisanship of ‘95 is lost

The Hill:
Blue Dogs break with Dems on balanced-budget amendment

Washington Post:
Senators pick ‘Secret Santas’ for gift exchange

The Hill:
In Senate, Thursday is the new Friday; Long weekends the norm

USA Today:
Benetton features world leaders smooching in provocative ads
"The campaign shows that we need to have courage to not hate others"

Los Angeles Times:
Many Americans say they will have to work until they're 80

USA Today:
Congressional report slams TSA as bloated, ineffective

The Hill:
Hensarling says GOP is willing to consider new Dem tax proposals

Washington Post:
GOP supercommittee members’ tax plan gives party an identity crisis

Los Angeles Times:
California attorney general's office subpoenas Fannie, Freddie

Politico:
Honoring Neil Armstrong, Boehner cries

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Company pulls commercials from Penn State games

Fox News:
Pentagon denies its enormous bunker-busting bomb is intended for Iran nukes
Pentagon officials speaking publicly about new 30,000-pound 'massive ordnance penetrator'

Washington Post:
Gay federal workers say they’re only partway to equality
More than 200 LGBT presidential appointees serve under President Obama

Fox News:
Fox News Poll: Gingrich and Romney Top GOP Nominee Picks

Politico:
GOP notches victory on concealed carry vote

Politico:
Abramoff accuses Newt Gingrich of 'corruption.' Really.

Houston Chronicle:
Texas health premiums cost more, buy less

Houston Chronicle:
Sen. John Cornyn balks at Perry’s suggestion to turn Congress into a part-time job

Politico:
Democrat Dingell complains about do-nothing Congress
We were sent here to do the American people’s business and we haven’t.

Miami Herald:
Miami-Dade juror arrested in court on laptop theft charge

Politico:
Supercommittee searches for a Plan B

Washington Times:
With winter looming, labor unions fortify D.C.'s Occupy camp
AFL-CIO building open to protesters who want to shower

Washington Times:
Pakistani ambassador warns against U.S. aid cutoff

Chicago Sun-Times:
Justin Bieber wants an apology in paternity case

Washington Post:
Official: Suspect in White House shooting ‘hates the president’
Mental health questioned

Fox News/AP:
Authorities Find 17 Tons of Marijuana in Cross-Border Drug Tunnel

Washington Post:
Russia, West agree on Iran text moderately critical of Tehran’s nuke program

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Mike 'The Situation' sues Abercrombie & Fitch over clothing dispute, report says

Los Angeles Times:
Budget cuts may lead to shorter school year

Los Angeles Times:
California Republicans favor Romney, poll finds

Los Angeles Times:
San Francisco police arrest 100 in Bank of America protest