Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.15.13


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Friday, November 15, 2013.

Washington Post: The U.S. cities that foreign governments warn tourists to avoid

Washington Times: House votes to let Americans keep health plans; 39 Dems defy Obama

Washington Examiner: Hillary Clinton in 2007: “If you have a plan you like, you keep it.”

Washington City Paper: City, Developer Won’t Meet Deadline to Submit D.C. United Deal

USA Today: Jean-Claude Van Damme’s epic split stunt goes viral

The Hill: Vulnerable Dems scramble to keep distance from ObamaCare

Politico: Pelosi: No apology for ACA promise

Roll Call: Congress Unlikely to Intervene in ‘Stand Down’ Controversy

National Journal: White House Buckles, Allows Outdated Insurance Plans Through 2014

Daily Caller: 39 Democrats break with the White House to vote for GOP healthcare fix

ABC 7: Records: Minnieland child mistreatment not limited to Woodbridge

NBC 4: High School Coach to Apologize After Kicking Marching Band Off Field, School Says

CBS 9: Annandale High School marching band kicked off field during halftime show by football coach