Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.25.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 25, 2009:

Washington Post: ACORN Funded Political, For-Profit Efforts, Data Show

Washington Times: Top Republican pulls out of intelligence investigation

Washington Examiner: In Afghanistan, let U.S. troops be warriors

N.Y. Times: Experts Awed by Anglo-Saxon Treasure

L.A. Times: G-20 leaders to pledge to end subsidies for fossil fuels

USA Today: Two-meal diet aids in oldest man’s longevity

CQ Politics: Wilson Taps “You Lie” Fundraising for Fellow Republicans

The Hill: Obama calls out Iran on nukes

Politico: Obama, the cable critic in chief

ABC News: Mackenzie Pillips’ Half Sister Chynna Believes Incest Story

CBS News: Ahmadinejad: Iran Not Violating Nuke Rules

Fox News: Missouri Mom Pleads Guilty to Selling 12-Year-Old Daughter as Dominatrix Sex Slave

MSNBC News: U.S. suspects Zazi wanted to stage 9/11 attack

CNN: Randy Quaid, wife arrested over hotel bill

Wall Street Journal: Pimp My Bed: The Male Sleep Lair

NPR: Obama Warns Iran On Nuclear Intentions

Roll Call: Doolittle Named as Co-Conspirator in Corruption Case

National Journal: Jackson Looks Back To Move EPA Forward

Bloomberg News: G-20 Pledges To Curb ‘Excessive’ Pay, Align Policies

Gallup.Com: Americans Tilt Against Sending More Troops to Afghanistan