Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, December 5, 2012

December 5, 2012 - 11:34 AM

New Hampshire Union Leader:
NH could sell naming rights to roads, bridges, roadways

San Francisco Chronicle:
Sheriff promises no spying with drone

Politico:
New York poll: Hillary Clinton, not Andrew Cuomo, in 2016

Huffington Post:
Obama Meets With Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, 'Influential Progressives'

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. fire chief blames slower response times on budget cuts

Washington Times:
Ex-presidents may get Secret Service for life

The Hill:
Rep. Tim Ryan's public intoxication charge dismissed

Washington Times:
Protesters reach palace; Morsi flees; Tensions raise risk of civil war

USA Today:
For the poor, 'recovery' is a mirage

Miami Herald:
On shared stage, Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan take steps toward 2016

Fox News:
Church cancels ‘Charlie Brown’ performance for public school students over atheist outrage

USA Today:
Starbucks to roll out $450 steel gift card

Politico:
Ted Nugent: Welfare recipients shouldn't vote

New York Times:
Asian Cities’ Air Quality Getting Worse, Experts Warn

Washington Times:
Families want to know what happened in Benghazi
Obama administration not telling whole story, they say

Fox News:
Massachusetts newspaper says longtime reporter made up sources

Politico:
George W. Bush praises immigrants

Washington Post:
Virginia woman is sued over her Yelp review
Posted scathing reviews of the D.C. firm that worked on her home

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Firefighter charged after police find crack pipe

Miami Herald:
Miami-Dade Commission reinstitutes prayer before meetings; ACLU threatens to sue

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
PETA wants feds to investigate SeaWorld Dolphin bite

New York Times:
British Hospital Confirms Prank Call to Duchess’s Ward

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Change in eligibility rules leaves thousands of N.J. residents without healthcare, lawmakers say

Washington Post:
Syrian army weakening as rebels make gains

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
UCF professor wins federal grant to study Florida's new pill-mill laws

Arizona Republic:
Controversy grows over photo of N.Y. subway push

USA Today:
Mortgage deduction is popular, but few claim it
IRS data show that only a quarter of tax filers claim it

Washington Times:
Tribute to black fighters in Revolutionary War advances

San Francisco Chronicle:
Karl Rove, Dick Morris to disappear from Fox for a while

Arizona Republic:
Judge rules Arizona’s medical-marijuana law is constitutional