Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.17.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 17, 2009:

Washington Post: Lab tech charged with Yale grad student’s murder

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

Washington Examiner: Obama helps strengthen General Electric-Putin ties

N.Y. Times: Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary Dies at 72

L.A. Times: Kanye West: The presidential bashing just keeps coming

USA Today: Feds keep little-used airports in business

CQ Politics: Eye on the Senate: Massachusetts Field Narrows Fast

The Hill: Snowe falls away, leaving Senate Dems without GOP support on healthcare

Politico: Glenn Beck vs. Rush Limbaugh

ABC News: Raymond Clark Sent to Max Security Prison for Annie Le Murder

CBS News: Obama Admin: Cap And Trade Could Cost Families $1,761 A Year

Fox News: Jennifer Aniston Shows Off Sexy Legs and Even Sexier Belly Bulge

MSNBC News: Ahmadinejad refuses to rule out weapons

CNN: Why Verizon’s phones aren’t more exciting

Wall Street Journal: U.S. Missile U-Turn Roils Allies

NPR: ‘Eyetooth’ Helps Restore Woman’s Sight

Roll Call: Ethics Panel Investigates Waters, Graves and Jackson

National Journal: As The Peace Corps Turns 50, What Now?

Bloomberg News: EU Leaders Demand Bank Bonus Curbs Without Agreeing on Details

Gallup.Com: Both Parties in Congress Near Record-Low Approval