Afternoon Lede Check – 10.20.14

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington Post57,000 federal workers are paid for long absences

USA TodayApple rings up big results thanks to iPhone sales

POLITICOThe passion of the ‘kissing congressman’

The HillCourt weighs gun rights of felons

Roll CallMichelle Nunn’s Big Challenge: Breaking 50%

Daily Caller: ‘We Can’t Pay A Lot More’ – Socialist Party Demanding $20 Minimum Wage Insists It Should Not Be Subject To $20 Minimum Wage

The Washington TimesTed Cruz outlines 10 priorities for a GOP-led Congress: ‘We should lead boldly’

National JournalWhy Washington Power Players Are Flocking to Seminary School

Washington ExaminerGovernment has paid millions of dollars for workers to stay home

Huffington Post Politics: NOT SO FAST – SENATE CONTROL LIKELY WON’T BE DECIDED IN NOVEMBER

WTOP: Matthew indicted in 2005 sex assault

ABC 7: Jesse Matthew indicted in 2005 Fairfax case with rape, abduction and attempted murder

NBC 4: Graham Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder in 2005 Case

CBS 9: UVa. suspect Jesse Matthew indicted for attempted murder

Fox 5: Abduction suspect Jesse Matthew charged in 2005 Fairfax rape