Barack Obama's job may not have been on the line in the US mid-term elections but he is still the focus of most of the attention in the papers.
According to the Independent, a chill could quickly settle on elements of the president's domestic agenda and US engagement on the world stage.
The Daily Telegraph says Democratic figures were calling for heads to roll among Mr Obama's inner circle.
The conviction of a student who tried to kill MP Stephen Timms makes the Daily Telegraph and Sun front pages.
The Telegraph says the UK is urging the US to get websites to remove al-Qaeda videos after it emerged the defendant had been inspired by online sermons.
In the Sun there are claims that Roshanara Choudhry was brainwashed by the man linked to the plot to bring down two aircraft with bombs disguised as ink cartridges.
The Times says officials were shocked by her apparent transformation.
According to the Daily Mail, up to three million households are on a financial precipice and in danger of falling over it if interest rates rise.
The paper says a leading economist is warning a full recovery will not take place until banks tackle the problem.
Meanwhile, the Financial Times reports that the London Stock Exchange is probing whether sabotage knocked out a high-profile dealing platform for two hours.
The paper says the disruption is a blow to the exchange's credibility.
Scary speed camera
The Sun and the Daily Mirror both report that the search for Madeleine McCann may end because the fund set up to find her is running out of money.
Madeleine's parents say totals are down from £2m at its peak to £300,000.
The Daily Mail says the "scariest speed camera of all" could arrive in the UK.
It reports the trailer-mounted device can also tell whether a driver is wearing a seatbelt, identify those with out-of-date tax discs or no insurance and measure tailgating.