Today’s Most Popular Headlines 07.22.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 22, 2009:

Washington Post: Health-Care Reform Efforts Marred by Abortion Dispute

Washington Times: Police search Jackson’s doctor’s clinic

Washington Examiner: Obama-LBJ analogies on health care strain the facts

N.Y. Times: Boeing Cites Progress on Dreamliner, but No Test Flight Yet

L.A. Times: Police look for evidence of manslaughter in Michael Jackson’s death, attorney says

USA Today: Automakers warn against reversing dealer cuts

CQ Politics: Even As Democrat, Specter Can’t Shake Toomey

The Hill: Dems insist health reform is in stable condition

Politico: 10questions for President Obama

ABC News: Jon Gosselin Fans Switch to Team Kate, but Kids Still Lose

CBS News: Obama: Still “Tough Days Ahead” in Iraq

Fox News: Doctors Wage War Against Obama’s Health Care Overhaul

MSNBC News: Senate rejects concealed weapons measure

CNN: American charged with aiding al Qaeda

Wall Street Journal: Obama Says U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Iraq Is On Schedule

NPR: Clinton’s Iran Comments Irk Israel

Roll Call: Senate Halts Impeachment Trial Against District Judge

National Journal: Pelosi: Dems Have Votes To Pass Overhaul