Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, September 27, 2012

September 27, 2012 - 7:26 AM

Washington Times:
CEOs now see gloomy third quarter, drop growth expectations

Chicago Sun-Times:
‘Flameless cremation’ offers green option for body disposal
Lye, water and heat dissolve  human body into liquid that is flushed down a drain

Washington Times:
Taxpayers spent $1.4 billion dollars on Obama family last year
Everything from staffing, housing, flying and entertaining

Denver Post:
I-25 rush hour closure for presidential debate draws ire of motorists

Fox News:
Clinton suggests Libyan consulate attack was work of Al Qaeda affiliate

Miami Herald:
Pediatricians: Florida state officials refuse to meet to talk about implementing Obamacare

The Hill:
Romney tells voters 'don't be expecting a huge cut in taxes'

Politico:
Internet to get porn search engine

Washington Times:
Cherokee chief calls Brown staffers 'racist'

The Hill:
Lawmakers fight to preserve sales tax deduction

Fox News:
Black Hawk maker cuts jobs as contractors, lawmakers fret over defense cuts

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Powerball ticket worth about $200M sold in Iowa

Fox News:
Police dig under Michigan driveway in search for labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa

Los Angeles Times:
Boy Scouts to review half-century of files on sexual predators

Politico:
Romney hits ‘Obamacare’ in Ohio

Fox News:
Army officer accused of sexual misconduct

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Nine witnesses expected to testify about trouble getting Pa. voter ID


Fox News:
NJ gay couple suing over photo in campaign mailer

Fox News:
Smithsonian to now feature a recording of the US national anthem in Spanish

USA Today:
Romney's Ohio backers don't believe the polls

USA Today:
Knee replacements on the increase among older adults

Fox News:
Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren hospitalized, awaiting tests

USA Today:
Study: Affluent Americans feel cautiously optimistic

Politico:
Report: Racist pics sent to Mia Love

The Hill:
Postal Service to default — again

The Hill:
Netanyahu to aim fiery UN address at both Obama, Israeli public

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Controversial bill would allow terminally ill patients to decide when it's time to die