Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, September 26, 2012

September 26, 2012 - 7:28 AM

Fox News:
Rapist seeking visitation with child he fathered after attack on teen victim

Fox News:
Libya president: Anti-Islam film trailer had nothing to do with attack on US Consulate

Houston Chronicle:
Zetas gang threatens Mexico’s shale gas near border

USA Today:
Poll: Obama grows leads in Ohio, Fla.

Washington Post:
Newly renovated Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool full of algae
Less than a month after reopening, the $34 million renovation is marred

Miami Herald:
Miami debuts new, free health directory
Contains info about low-cost dental services, community health centers

USA Today:
Rand Paul aids Romney and Ryan in Ohio

Washington Times:
City gets in gear to inaugurate president
Tasks to include security, logistics

USA Today:
Eric Gagne: 80% of Dodgers used steroids, PEDs

The Hill:
Gingrich disparages Obama, calls him 'not a real president'

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Wall Street sell-off after Fed official expressed doubts about Fed's effort to boost growth

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Parents of autistic children protest new Pa. co-pays for care

The Hill:
Poll finds Obama widening lead in three key battleground states

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Judge hints he may block Pennsylvania voter ID

The Hill:
NRCC not spending for three vulnerable Republican lawmakers

Politico:
Ann Romney says electing a Mormon a good signal

The Hill:
Sen. Brown staffers make 'war whoops' and 'tomahawk chops' at campaign rally

Politico:
Jim DeMint PAC considers donating to Todd Akin

Politico:
Hospitals: Feds share billing blame
Industry doesn’t have adequate guidelines on billing for some of the most common services

Politico:
Mitt Romney: No campaign cash from teachers’ unions

Politico:
Tony Blair: U.S. should stop wanting love