Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.27.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 27, 2009:

Washington Post: U.S. official resigns over Afghan war

Washington Times: Conservative in N.Y. race claims he’s at ‘heart’ of GOP

Washington Examiner: Obama’s big change: He moves America to the Right

USA Today: Story unfolds of James Ray, who hosted fatal ‘sweat lodge’

CQ Politics: Polls Roll in McDonnell’s Favor

The Hill: Mich. Democrat: Pelosi ‘not happy with me’

Politico: Joe Lieberman: I’ll block vote on Harry Reid’s plan

ABC News: NASA’s Ares 1-X Rocket Waits…and Waits, and Scrubs

CBS News: Brooke Hundley MySpace Says She’s “Hopeful” As Lover Steve Phillips is Fired

Fox News: Vicious Homecoming Dance Gang Rape May Have Been Videotaped, Watched by Dozens

MSNBC News: FAA revokes licenses of wayward pilots

CNN: Police: Gang rape outside school dance lasted over two hours

Wall Street Journal: Ex-AMD CEO Ruiz Linked to Galleon Case

NPR: Toxic Chinese Drywall Creates A Housing Disaster

Roll Call: Hoyer Adds Days to November Work Schedule

National Journal: Eisen: Lobbyist Ban A Preventative Measure

Bloomberg News: Afghanistan’s First Railroad Aims to Undermine Taliban Funding

Gallup.Com: U.S. Diabetes Rate Climbs Above 11%; Could Hit 15% by 2015

Talking Points Memo: Lieberman: Sure, I’d Filibuster A Health Care Reform Bill With A Public Option