Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 30, 2010

By Susan Jones | November 30, 2010 | 8:46 AM EST

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

EPA: More renewable fuels required

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

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

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

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

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