Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, January 17, 2012

January 17, 2012 - 9:27 AM

USA Today:
Polls: Job approval for Congress sinks to new low

Providence Journal:
Cranston police to post officers at 2 schools following prayer banner decision

Washington Times:
Newborn dies after being left on D.C. doorstep

The Hill:
Obama administration warns the left: You will not like our budget

Washington Post:
Crowds flock to King Memorial on day honoring the slain civil rights leader

USA Today:
More schools likely to lose accreditation, experts say

USA Today:
U.S. launches national war on Alzheimer's

Politico:
Chris Christie to address House Republicans at retreat

USA Today:
Burger King tries home delivery

Politico:
Discussing voting issues, AG Holder invokes Martin Luther King Jr.
Holder opposes state voter ID laws

Baltimore Sun:
Health Enterprise Zones to target disparities in state
Tax credits, other financial incentives offered

USA Today:
Scarcity of women causes men to spend more, save less

Politico:
Months-long campaign to force a recall election of Gov. Scott Walker comes to an end
Recall organizers “expect to hit or exceed” their goal of some 720,000 signatures

Los Angeles Times:
Homeless make up growing number of California welfare recipients

USA Today:
Paula Deen spreads word about diabetes in down-home manner

Los Angeles Times:
For sale: Hearse that carried John F. Kennedy's body in Dallas

Philadelphia Inquirer:
NJ mom gives birth to child on PATH train to NYC

USA Today:
Steve Jobs action figure pulled from market

The Hill:
Reforms pitched for Colorado schools' zero-tolerance rules

The Hill:
ASPCA, PETA criticize Romney for dog on top of car during roadtrip

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Nationally known ice climber dies after Colo. fall

Politico:
Conservative blogs take on Newsweek cover