Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, January 10, 2010

January 10, 2012 - 9:32 AM

Washington Post:
City: Rat population has ‘exploded’ around Occupy D.C. camps

Washington Times:
Romney slips in N.H. as foes slam jobs record

Washington Post:
Romney defends his business background

Politico:
Obama team buys Union Leader homepage ad

Houston Chronicle:
Sarah Palin’s husband endorses a Republican candidate

Washington Times:
Ron Paul’s campaign finds big gender gap: More men than women

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Catholic Charities in Springfield, Ill., transfers its foster care
In wake of civil unions law

Fox News:
Body Found in River Near Where Packers Coach's Son Went Missing

Washington Post:
New D.C. school scorecards due out Tuesday

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Pennsylvania to impose asset test for food stamps
Unexpected move bucks national trends

Palm Beach Post:
Child porn trial delayed for former Fla. ICE chief

Arizona Republic:
Arizona border officers seize nearly 73 lbs. of cocaine

Fox News:
Joe Paterno Donated $100K to Penn State Weeks After Firing

Fox News/AP:
Closing of 259 USDA Offices Raises Safety Concerns

New York Times:
A Big Check, and Gingrich Gets a Big Lift

USA Today:
Laws drive sex offenders to cluster in roadside motels or trailer parks

The Hill:
Auditor says Treasury keeps quiet on TARP money losers

Providence Journal:
Whooping cough confirmed in 8 Barrington youngsters

Los Angeles Times:
Coptic Christian billionaire taken to court accused of 'insulting Islam'