Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.21.11

By Matt Dornic Comment

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 21, 2011:

Washington Post: Carolyn Hax: What happens when parents go broke during their golden years

Washington Times: Leading senators: Kagan may have to recuse herself from health case

Washington Examiner: Report: Maryland, D.C. lag in reporting mental health records to gun-check database

USA Today: U.S. woman mauled by chimp praised for new face

NPR: Would The World Be Better Off Without Religion?

Real Clear Politics: Carney On Super Committee: GOP “Unwilling” To Do What American People Want

The Hill: Boehner blames Obama for failure of supercommittee to reach a deal

Politico: Gillespie sees a drawn-out GOP 2012 race

Roll Call: Deficit Deal Impasse Threatens Key Initiatives

National Journal: Former Democratic Pollsters: Obama Should Abandon Run for Second Term

The New Republic: Limbaugh’s Real Problem with Romneycare (and Obamacare)

The Daily Caller: Limbaugh: Michelle Obama NASCAR booing a recognition of ‘uppity-ism’ [AUDIO]