Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 29, 2011

November 29, 2011 - 9:15 AM

The Hill:
Maxine Waters in line to take over from Barney Frank on Financial Services Committee
Wall Street executives are bracing for the possibility

Politico:
Gingrich outlines a seven-part plan on immigration

New York Times:
As Public Sector Sheds Jobs, Blacks Are Hit Hardest

Chicago Sun-Times:
Hispanic birth rate drops due to economic downturn
11 percent drop since 2007 reflects the tough times

USA Today:
Hackers prey on smartphone use at work during holidays

Politico:
“What the hell are we paying you for?” Chris Christie says of Obama
Says President Obama's just a 'bystander'

Boston Herald:
Utah professor accused of viewing child porn on a flight to Boston

Washington Times:
White House: No U.S. bailout for Europe

The Hill:
Senate finishing up a defense bill the administration threatens to veto
Because of provisions regarding terror suspects

Los Angeles Times:
Judge rejects $285-million settlement between SEC, Citigroup as 'pocket change'

Washington Times:
Tea partyers split over Gingrich on illegals
Some consider stance ‘tone-deaf’; others give it grudging acceptance

Politico:
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback apologizes to teenage tweeter

The Hill:
Nation's credit rating takes a hit after supercommittee failure

Chicago Sun-Times:
Entire staffs at 10 Chicago public schools may get pink slips but can reapply for jobs
Biggest turnaround  push in CPS history

The Hill:
Sen. Reid (D-Nev.) plans to move a $1 trillion spending bill in December
Says appropriators have done too much work to default to another yearlong stopgap

Politico:
Obamacare health insurance exchanges in limbo pending Supreme Court ruling
some states wonder if they should sit tight until the court rules

Politico:
HHS denies health care waivers for Republican-led States of Indiana, Louisiana

Politico:
Rep. Mack (R-Fla.) announces Senate bid; Hopes to unseat Democrat Ben Nelson

The Hill:
Turkey, Greece top Biden's trip agenda
VP wants to ensure Washington’s relationships with those nations remain strong

Washington Post:
Pippa Middleton, Kate's sister, lands $600,000 book deal

USA Today:
Nude yoga fueled Kim Kardashian-Kris Humphries breakup

USA Today:
USA TODAY switches to Facebook commenting

Washington Times:
Family: Illegal-immigrant student martyred himself for Dream Act

Fox News/AP:
Justice Department syas Alabama immigration law is complicating enforcement

Los Angeles Times:
White House defends Obama trips to key election states

Fox News:
Sales on 'Cyber Monday' Jump by Double Digits

Fox News:
Vermont Man Kills Himself After Fatally Shooting Friend in Deer Hunting Accident

Fox News/NY Post:
Miley Cyrus jokes about smoking 'too much weed' at 19th birthday party

USA Today:
Marriott announces first hotel in Haiti