Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.16.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 16, 2009:

Washington Post: Baucus Introduces $856 Billion Health-Care Bill

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: W.H. collects Web users’ data without notice

Washington Examiner: Bush 43: Conservative movement is inconsequential

N.Y. Times: In Portland’s Restaurants, a Down East Banquet

L.A. Times: Nanny claims massages, hot tub tryst with Jon Gosselin while kids slept. Surprised?

USA Today: Apartment raided in probe of slaying at Yale lab

CQ Politics: CQ Rating Change: Colorado Race Now More Competitive

The Hill: Gibbs blasts GOP critics of Obama czars

Politico: Joe Biden, ‘the skunk at the family picnic’

ABC News: OJ Simpson’s Ex-Girlfriend Christine Prody Said She Feared for Her Life

CBS News: Police Storm Apartment of Yale Researcher

Fox News: Medical Examiner: Murdered Yale Graduate Student Strangled

MSNBC News: ACORN plans independent investigation

CNN: Sean Penn steps out with new girlfriend

Wall Street Journal: Renault Touts Electric-Car Prospects

NPR: Houses Of Worship Open Doors To Swine Flu

Roll Call: Ethics Panel Investigates Waters, Graves and Jackson

National Journal: Will A Steady Course In East Asia Be Enough?

Bloomberg News: Northrop Grumman Says Bush to Replace Retiring CEO Sugar

Gallup.Com: Americans: Business Owners Richer in Well-Being Than Other Job Types