Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, October 25, 2012

By Susan Jones | October 25, 2012 | 9:58 AM EDT

Fox News:
US scientists successfully make embryos with 2 women, 1 man

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Rolling Stones tickets in Newark reach 'insane' $600K online

Chicago Tribune:
Obama briefly in Chicago to cast early ballot Thursday

Denver Post:
President Obama makes 11th visit to Colorado in 2012

Houston Chronicle:
Texas officials may double wholesale electricity price

Washington Times:
Pro-lifers stand with Mourdock in flap over rape
Senate rival, pro-choicers pounce

USA Today:
Colin Powell endorses Obama again

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago-area foreclosures jump 34% in third quarter

Washington Times:
GOP on attack over new Benghazi emails; Republicans want answers

Miami Herald:
Miami archdiocese suspends priest accused of sexual abuse

Mourdock: 'One of the toughest days of my life'

The Hill:
AP poll: Romney leads Obama 47-45, tied among female voters

Washington Times:
Obama says Latino vote is key to victory, vows immigration reform in 2013

Obama laughs off Trump's offer

Washington Post:
As key Senate races get tighter, Republicans’ hopes rise

Hillary Clinton doesn’t rule out staying on

USA Today:
Childhood obesity declines in several states, cities

Two new polls scream 'advantage Obama'

Saxby Chambliss slams W.H. for Libya emails

W.H.: Sequester talks after election

The Hill:
GOP threatens subpoenas in probe of Obama healthcare law PR campaigns

New York Times:
NY Times Company Posts a Profit but Revenue Slips

The Hill:
Napolitano says 200K illegal immigrants have applied for deferred deportation