Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 30, 2010

November 30, 2010 - 8:46 AM

New York Post:
$75K in copper stolen from NJ power plant

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
At UNH, professors' contract talks hit impasse over 12.5% raises

Arizona Republic:
Arizona volunteer border force to be proposed by legislator
Another indication that illegal immigration remains a concern for Arizona lawmakers

Politico:
EPA: More renewable fuels required

Politico:
Michelle Obama asks faith and community leaders for help with "Let's Move" campaign
Urges them to “shake up their congregations”

San Francisco Chronicle:
Kaiser Permanente pours millions in Oakland schools
Grant will pay for new wellness centers and a vision program

Politico:
3 senior Obama officials go to climate talks in Cancun
Energy’s Chu, Agriculture’s Vilsack, White House Environment official Nancy Sutley

Politico:
Swan song for House climate panel
Rep. Markey to hold one last hearing of his energy/global warming cmte.

Politico:
Was Obama's deficit commission doomed from start?

Houston Chronicle:
Austin police chief suggests a new 'DWI Lite' category for impaired driving
Would penalize those whose blood alcohol concentration is between 0.05 and 0.07

USA Today:
Role of free press weighed in wake of State Dept. leaks

Washington Post:
TARP expected to cost U.S. only $25 billion, CBO says

Denver Post:
Federal wolf protection may end as population grows
No longer endangered

San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Calif. cabbie beaten, mistaken for Muslim

Providence Journal:
ACLU complains R.I. state police violating rights of limited-English-speaking people

USA Today:
Cities sweat funding as Congress picks at 'earmarks'

Fox News:
US Army Unveils 'Revolutionary' XM25 Rifle in Afghanistan

Palm Beach Post:
Hurricane season third busiest on record but a non-issue in South Florida

Washington Times:
Probe of Michael Steele's spending sought by RNC official
Cites 'wasted donors' dollars' in his request

Politico:
Was Barack Obama triangulating on federal employee pay freeze?
Some see move to center

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Gov. Rendell calls bid to curb guns in Pennsylvania 'a lost cause'

Houston Chronicle/AP:
20 bodies found in northern Mexico mass grave

Baltimore Sun:
Perdue sued for claiming its chickens raised 'humanely'
Humane Society says poultry slogan violates N.J. consumer law

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Newark finalizes 167 police layoffs after union refuses plea to resume negotiations

Washington Post:
Medicare Advantage provision going smoothly so far

Washington Post:
WikiLeaks founder could be charged under Espionage Act

Washington Times:
Value-added tax, or VAT, back as proposal to solve revenue ills

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Failure of cooling unit takes down N.J. government website

Boston Globe:
Comcast outage leaves Internet customers adrift
Customers in New England, D.C. area, cut off for at least three hours

USA Today:
World's most expensive home is 27 stories, costs $1 billion
Overlooks slums in Mumbai

USA Today:
Tiny house movement thrives after real estate bust