Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.30.10

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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 30, 2010:

Washington Post: Senate passes sweeping food safety bill

Washington Times: WikiLeaks releases State Department cables

Washington Examiner: Politically correct Portland rejected feds who saved city from terrorist attack

USA Today: Road fatalities involving animals

The Hill: Senate votes down ban on earmarks, 39-56

Politico: Strong showing in anti-earmark vote

Roll Call: New Members to Descend on Harvard for Policy-Heavy Orientation

National Journal: Gates, Citing DOD Study, Urges Repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

Talking Points Memo: Cantor Urges ‘Open Mind’ On VA Legislature Plan To Blow Up The Constitution

Politics Daily: Leaking of Secret U.S. Cables Sparks Diplomacy Crisis

The New Republic: The “American Exceptionalism” Smear And Epistemic Closure

The Daily Caller: Sarah Palin attacks Obama administration for slow response to WikiLeaks