Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, September 13, 2012

September 13, 2012 - 9:17 AM

The Hill:
House conservatives call for stripping aid to Libya, Egypt from spending bill

Fox News:
France plans 75% tax on the wealthy

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pa. Supreme Court takes up voter ID today, NAACP plans rally

Washington Post:
Lead story: Romney repeats sharp criticism of Obama after Benghazi, Cairo attacks

Washington Post:
Libya attack represents challenge for Obama

The Hill:
Crisis poses test for Obama

Politico:
Obama hits Romney: Libya aftermath not 'the time for politics'
Yet Obama continues campaigning

BBC:
Richard III dig: 'Strong evidence' bones are lost king

The Hill:
GOP leader: Cairo Embassy statement like telling rape victim 'you asked for it'

Washington Times:
U.S. defends security at consulate, though it lacked Marine guards

Washington Times:
Solyndra lawsuit demands full refund to taxpayers
Bankruptcy case draws retiree’s ire

Politico:
Few non-citizens found on Fla. rolls

Politico:
Ambassador Stevens killed at site with no Marines

Politico:
White House: anti-Islam film 'truly abhorrent'

Washington Times:
Anti-Islam film called flimsy pretext for mob violence

Washington Post:
Columnist: Mitt Romney has mess to clean up after falsely accusing Obama on Libya
But Romney was talking about statement from Egypt, not Libya

Washington Post editorial:
'Mr. Romney’s rhetoric on embassy attacks is a discredit to his campaign'

USA Today:
Mexico: Purported Gulf drug cartel leader caught

San Francisco Chronicle:
Arne Duncan promotes digital education

Washington Times:
Pro-Obama speech ruled Hatch Act violation, Sebelius repays travel costs

Politico
Jay-Z and Beyonce hosting a fundraiser for Obama in New York on Sept. 18

Washington Times:
Judging of disability claims flawed, Senate study finds

Politico:
Report: Akin skipping FRC Values Voters summit

Washington Times:
Rabid beaver chases children in Fairfax; 2nd attack in a week

Politico:
Noonan: Romney not helping himself

USA Today:
Levi Johnston, girlfriend welcome baby girl
Another illegitimate child for ex-boyfriend of Palin daughter

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Trying juveniles as adults will become tougher, N.J. Supreme Court rules

Arizona Republic:
Young migrants may get Arizona college tuition break
Youths can pay in-state rate, community colleges say

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
McDonald's doles out calorie counts in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut

Denver Post:
McCain: Obama pursues a 'feckless foreign policy'

Denver Post:
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper opposes marijuana-legalization measure

Miami Herald:
Jeb Bush to publish book about immigration in 2013