Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.24.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 24, 2009:

Washington Post: Graham Chief of Staff Arrested on Bribery Charges

Washington Times: Dems still run against Bush in N.J., Va.

Washington Examiner: Independents desert Obama, putting 2010 in play

N.Y. Times: Coming Out in Middle School

L.A. Times: For first time, researchers report some AIDS vaccine success

USA Today: Denver man indicted on bomb conspiracy charges

CQ Politics: Reid Rejects GOP Call for ACORN Hearings

The Hill: Non-union, salaried workers shafted in U.S. deal with GM

Politico: Patrick names Paul Kirk to Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat

ABC News: Iranian President Ahmadinejad Booted From Third New York Hotel

CBS News: Pelosi Seeks to Make Health Reform Bill More Liberal

Fox News: Mackenzie Phillips: I Had a Long-Term Sexual Relationship With My Father

MSNBC News: Drug industry clout reflected in Senate vote

CNN: Commentary: Why I fist-bumped the Dalai Lama

Wall Street Journal: New Light on the Plight of Winter Babies

NPR: Surprise! Water Found On Moon’s Surface

Roll Call: Finance Markup Likely to Continue Next Week

National Journal: From Terror To Trade, White House Moves To Engage SE Asia

Bloomberg News: RIM Third-Quarter Forecast Misses Analysts’ Estimates

Gallup.Com: Obama Approval Holding Steady in Low 50s