Today’s Most Popular Stories 8.30.11

By Matt Dornic Comment

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for 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