Well sometimes anyway. That news, and previews of Obama's speech later today dominate the front pages. Our friend John Edwards also gets a look in, as do those pesky Republican kids who got arrested yesterday.
The generalized anger at Obama is also spilling out at Tim Geithner, according to a couple of stories today. The Daily News got a look at John Edwards' aide Andrew Young's book, and lead with the revelations, and the Washington Post have another excellent exclusive on the US role in fighting militants in Yemen.
- The New York Times examine the potential sale of St. Vincent's hospital.
- The LA Times have a look at another way in which Botox can kill.
- And the Wall Street Journalcall the economic recovery a 'bullwhip' — as in we're about to get hit again.
Disclosure: I freelance write and report for newspapers that are included in this roundup. Where there is a direct conflict of interest I will make it clear.
The New York Times: reports that Obama will set up his own panel on national debt. They report on Toyota's stuck accelerator pedals, continue their investigations into radiation and have a piece on the potential sale of St. Vincent's hospital. There's also a story from Haiti, and a look at the legal battles over climate change.
The Washington Post: has a fantastic exclusive on the role the US is playing in attacking militants in Yemen. They also go with the Toyota story, the news that those ACORN entrapping-Republicans have been arrested, a look at anger towards Tim Geithner and their old staple — safety on the DC metro.
The LA Times: leads with the Toyota story, previews Obama's State of the Union address and has a piece on Afghanistan. They also cover another way in which Botox can kill, and have a feature on the profit-making element of an anti-Obama website.
The Wall Street Journal: leads with a preview of Obama's speech, covers the Toyota news and describes the recovery as a bullwhip — that's about to hit us in the face. The feature is on a Kansas town's attempt to become a tourist destination.