Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.21.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 21, 2009:

Washington Post: Google Music Service: The Screenshots

Washington Times: Justice concludes black voters need Democratic Party

Washington Examiner: Obama hits opponents with Chicago brass knuckles

USA Today: Suit says Madoff’s offices were awash in cocaine, topless parties and ‘sexual revelry’

CQ Politics: Eye on the Senate: Rubio Cuts Into Crist’s Lead in Florida

The Hill: Democrats lock Republicans out of committee room

Politico: White House slashes pay for Wall Street executives

ABC News: A Bailout…For Golf Cars?

CBS News: Feds Inch Closer to Allowing Key H1N1 Drug

Fox News: Florida Police Baffled by Missing Girl as Mom Makes Tearful Plea

MSNBC News: Wonder why H1N1 shots are late? Blame eggs

CNN: Police: Man ran down ‘too Westernized’ daughter

Wall Street Journal: How a Fight Over a Board Game Monopolized an Economist’s Life

NPR: Facebook, MySpace Divide Along Social Lines

Roll Call: Grassley Warns HHS Web Site May Be ‘Propaganda’

National Journal: New Regs Could Spark Auto Emissions Market

Bloomberg News: EBay Profit Forecast Misses Some Analysts’ Estimates

Gallup.Com: In U.S., 39% Say View on Healthcare “Depends” on Details

Talking Points Memo: Vitter’s Office On Justice Of Peace: ‘Judges Should Follow The Law As Written’