Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.17.10

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 17, 2010:

Washington Post: FDA, FTC crack down on caffeinated alcoholic drinks

Washington Times: Internet traffic was routed via Chinese servers

Washington Examiner: Low-tax states will gain seats, high-tax states will lose them

USA Today: ‘People’ reveals its 2010 Sexiest Man Alive

The Hill: House ethics panel convicts Rep. Rangel on 11 of 13 counts of rule violations

Politico: Why Democrats don’t dump Nancy Pelosi

Roll Call: Democrats Trail in 5 Undecided House Races

National Journal: REFUDIATED: Write-in Murkowski Defeats Palin Ally

Talking Points Memo: That’s the Story? (#GalacticFail Edition)

Politics Daily: Sarah Palin’s Unfavorability Numbers Hit New High, Survey Finds

The New Republic: Franken Sense The very serious senator from Minnesota

The Daily Caller: Podesta calls on Obama to circumvent Congress