Today’s Most Popular Stories 8.30.11

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By Matt Dornic

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for August 30, 2011:

Washington Post: Suspected North Korean cyberattack on a bank raises fears for S. Korea, allies

Washington Times: Mugshot: Obama’s Uncle Omar in jail

Washington Examiner: GOP needs to articulate a vision for health care

USA Today: Recession leaves many in permanent cutback mode

NPR: Flooding From Irene Damages Roads, Strands Towns

The Hill: ATF head removed by DOJ after ‘Fast and Furious’ controversy

Politico: Kenneth Melson, acting ATF chief, steps down

Roll Call: Weprin Drops Out of Debate in N.Y. Special

National Journal: Promise of Jobs from Solar, Wind Power a Hard Sell in the Desert

The New Republic: Yes, We Can Do Stimulus Without Adding Debt. Here’s How.

The Daily Caller: Rick Perry’s camp defends 1993 HillaryCare praise