Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.01.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 1, 2009:

Washington Post: Metro to Shut Reagan Airport Station This Weekend

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: Gonzales defends Holder’s decision on CIA

Washington Examiner: Schools focus on swine flu prevention as students return

N.Y. Times: Ford Sales Up, but Chrysler and G.M. Lag, Despite Rebates

L.A. Times: Weather helping firefighters in Angeles National Forest

USA Today: Mexico’s health care lures Americans

CQ Politics: Attack Ads Find Their Target In New Jersey

The Hill: Obama lauds report as sign of recovery

Politico: White House fears liberal war pressure

ABC News: Worries About Banks Drag Stock Market Lower

CBS News: More Troops Likely Needed in Afghanistan

Fox News: CIA Says It Will Not Reveal Any More Details on Interrogation Program

MSNBC News: Swine flu easily overtakes other strains

CNN: Wall Street stumbles into September

Wall Street Journal: U.K. Publishes Lockerbie Correspondence

NPR: Where’s The Change? Gay Activists Ask

Roll Call: Traficant to Be Released From Prison Wednesday

National Journal: Group Launches Fuel-Labeling Campaign

Bloomberg News: Mormons Bilked in $50 Million Scam Promising Sale of 20,000 Tons of Gold