Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, December 26, 2012

December 26, 2012 - 10:46 AM

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Lehigh students get inside terrorist mind by plotting fictional attack on campus

The Hill:
Starbucks pushing for fiscal cliff deal: 'Come together' on coffee cups

Politico:
Police probe NBC's David Gregory on gun magazine

Washington Post:
Health-care sector vulnerable to hackers, researchers say
Intruders could exploit known gaps to steal patients’ records

Los Angeles Times:
Investors snap up California farmland, pushing prices to record highs
As global appetites for almonds and pistachios increase

Los Angeles Times:
Hard feelings on both sides as U.S. winds down its Afghan role

Los Angeles Times:
Affordable Care Act presents many unknowns for California officials

Washington Times:
Fathers disappear from households across America
Big increase in single mothers

Politico:
NY newspaper publishes names, addresses and a map of people with gun permits
Now robbers will know where to find guns...

Chicago Tribune:
Opposed to same-sex marriage, company ends wedding business
Made the move to avoid potential lawsuit

Politico:
Idaho newspaper urges readers to give Sen. Mike Crapo a second chance

Washington Post:
FreedomWorks tea party group nearly falls apart in fight between old and new guard

New York Times:
In Hopes of Healthier Chickens, Farms Turn to Oregano Instead of Antibiotics

Politico:
Jake Tapper leaves ABC News for CNN

Politico:
Ron Paul: “Government security is just another kind of violence”
Nixes NRA call for armed guards in schools

Fox News:
Afghanistan says policewoman who killed American is Iranian

The Hill:
Int'l Assn. of Fire Fighters blames "cold-hearted maniac" for attack in NY

Chicago Sun-Times:
Rev. Jesse Jackson asks jail inmates to help end gun violence

Fox News/AP:
Ohio gun group offers shooting lessons to teachers

Washington Examiner:
Sen. Feinstein suggests national buyback of guns

The Hill:
Bipartisan cancer research bill passes Congress
After nearly six years of work

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie performs with Boston Pops and tweets Springsteen holiday song

Los Angeles Times:
Frank Beardsley dies at 97; patriarch of blended family of 20
Inspiraton for 'Yours, Mine and Ours'

New York Times:
Clout Diminished, Tea Party Turns to Narrower Issues

Los Angeles Times:
OPEC will earn a record $1.05 trillion in 2012 in oil revenues

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