Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.22.09

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

Washington Post: The Health-Care War Gets a Little More Civil

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: Israel makes secret offer on settlements

Washington Examiner: Katrina vanden Heuvel’s preposterous tales of the 9/12 march

N.Y. Times: The Holy Grail of the Unconscious

L.A. Times: Obama gets personal on the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’

USA Today: Mysterious ruins may help explain Mayan collapse

CQ Politics: CQ Rating Change: Arkansas’ Snyder Draws Credible Foe

The Hill: Majority Leader Hoyer to reach out to GOP’s Cantor on healthcare

Politico: Obama ‘impatient’ for Mideast progress

ABC News: Five Dead and Town Warned to Lock Its Doors

CBS News: Obama Frustrated, Impatient With Mideast Peace Process

Fox News: White Philadelphia Officer Ordered to Get Rid of Cornrows

MSNBC News: Facebook misconduct: Med students cross line

CNN: Digging out from $80,000 in debt

Wall Street Journal: When Speechwriters Kiss and Tell

NPR: Utah Tackles Texting And Driving Problem Head-On

Roll Call: Byrd Taken to Hospital After Falling

National Journal: NAACP Enters Second Century In Age Of Obama

Bloomberg News: Fed Said to Start Talks With Dealers on Using Reverse Repos

Gallup.Com: Gallup Economic Weekly: Job Creation Improves Slightly