Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, December 12, 2011

December 13, 2011 - 8:47 AM

Arizona Republic:
Feds may reduce number of Guard troops at U.S. border
Drop in immigrant arrests may spur drawdown of Guard

Politico:
Poll: President Obama trails in swing states

Washington Times:
Former commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps accompanied Iraqi PM to White House on Monday
FBI says IRCG played a role in a 1996 terrorist attack that killed 19 U.S. servicemen

USA Today:
Cheney rips Obama over Iran drone capture

USA Today:
Household electricity bills skyrocket

Washington Post:
Eric Holder wades into debate over voting rights as presidential election nears

Washington Post:
Erratic GOP field, shift in economy give Obama campaign reasons for hope

Washington Post:
No charisma: Chelsea Clinton makes broadcast debut on NBC’s ‘Rock Center’

Los Angeles Times:
US bishops urge Congress to extend unemployment benefits

USA Today:
Loud TV commercials may soon pipe down, as FCC votes on constant volume levels

Los Angeles Times:
Navy linguist discharged under policy banning gays is reinstated

Arizona Republic:
Cheating by online students a concern

Los Angeles Times:
Texas approves 'One State Under God' license plate featuring crosses

Washington Post:
House, Senate negotiators strike deal on defense bill

Houston Chronicle:
Gay New Hampshire veteran grills Romney on same-sex marriage

Fox News/AP:
Panetta Says He Will Travel to Libya

Fox News/AP:
'Occupy' Protesters Say They Will Continue Port Blockades, Protests

The Hill:
Dem calls GOP jobless benefits bill 'heartless'

The Hill:
White House: Nuke commission infighting won't jeopardize nuclear safety

The Hill:
State Department warns that GOP plan could scuttle Keystone pipeline

Palm Beach Post/AP:
Dutch firm apologizes for building design resembling 9/11 attack