Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.04.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for December 4, 2009:

Washington Post: In court, Salahis agree to settle debt with watch

Washington Times: AP source: Obama shifting date of Copenhagen visit

Washington Examiner: CDC: Swine flu less widespread; only in 25 states

USA Today: Last U.S. vet of WWI wants national memorial in D.C.

CQ Politics: Rubio’s Congressional Supporters To Come Out for D.C. Events

The Hill: Rep. Issa: Obama’s refusal to investigate ‘Climategate’ emails is ‘unconscionable’

Politico: POLITICO Q&A: Al Gore

ABC News: Tiger Woods’ Wife: Who Is Elin Nordegren

CBS News: Barack Obama Ecstasy Pills Hit Streets: Approval Ratings High

Fox News: Australian Dives Face-First Into Deadly Jellyfish, Gets Stung

MSNBC News: Italian court convicts Amanda Knox of murder

CNN: Amanda Knox sobs as guilty verdict read

Wall Street Journal: Microsoft, Google Take Maps in New Direction

NPR: The Best Five Books To Share With Your Friends

Roll Call: Staffer to Former Rep. Shays Arrested for Embezzlement

National Journal: Afghanistan Is Obama’s War Now

Bloomberg News: Dollar Rally Erases Gain in Commodities, Stocks Trim Advance

Gallup.Com: Americans Split on Whether Goals in Afghanistan Will Be Met

Talking Points Memo: TN Mayor Calls Obama A Muslim In Racist Facebook Rant

Politics Daily: Cheney’s Pre-Speech Criticism of Obama on Afghanistan Went Too Far

Reuters: Obama surprises with Copenhagen summit decision