Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.14.11

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By Matt Dornic Comments

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 14, 2011:

Washington Post: Deaths in triathlons may not be so mysterious; panic attacks may be to blame

Washington Times: At Penn State’s stadium, profanity, scorn greet one father’s protest

Washington Examiner: Speaking of floor leaders: Steny Hoyer’s intimate ties with lobbyists

USA Today: Ex-boyfriend of Cain accuser backs her story

NPR: First Listen: Kate Bush, ’50 Words For Snow’

The Hill: GOP sen.: Feds send checks to millionaires for not working

Politico: Some Democrats refuse to back President Obama

Roll Call: NetCoalition Seeks to Establish K Street Residence

National Journal: Perry Takes a Page From the Gipper

The New Republic: It’s No Accident That the Tea Party’s Presidential Candidates Keep Flaming Out

The Daily Caller: Gay TV star: I was assaulted for being associated with Ann Coulter