Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.04.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 4, 2009:

Washington Post: Supreme Court to Revisit Election Financing in Clinton Film Case

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: CIA asks Justice to probe leaks of secrets

Washington Examiner: White House signals openness to health compromise

N.Y. Times: NATO Plans Inquiry After Afghan Strike Kills Scores

L.A. Times: Unemployment rate jumps to 26-year high

USA Today: Planned Obama speech to students sparks protest

CQ Politics: Could Kennedy’s Successor Be A Republican?

The Hill: White House defends stimulus despite rising unemployment

Politico: David Petraeus, Joe Scarborough eyed for ’12

ABC News: Naked Pool Parties, Alleged Sex Acts at Kabul U.S. Embassy Force Out 10 Guards

CBS News: Shocking Hazing at U.S. Embassy in Kabul

Fox News: NATO Airstrike in Afghanistan Kills Up to 90, Including Civilians

MSNBC News: Hidden pockets of elderly said to be in poverty

CNN: Pastor fatally shot by police in drug sting

Wall Street Journal: How Team of Geeks Cracked Spy Trade

NPR: Why ‘GQ’ Doesn’t Want Russians To Read Its Story

Roll Call: Sen. Lincoln Reverses Position on Public Option

National Journal: Bridging The Gap: Waiting For Obama’s Change

Bloomberg News: N. Korea Says ‘Weaponizing’ Plutonium, Offers Talks

Gallup.Com: Gallup Poll Social Series: Governance