Today’s Most Popular Stories 9.29.11

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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 September 29, 2011:

Washington Post: Obama administration widens challenges to state immigration laws

Washington Times: Senate delays jobs bill to take on China

Washington Examiner: Property tax credit trips up politicians

USA Today: Loss by Red Sox highlights wild finish

NPR: The Pawpaw: Foraging For America’s Forgotten Fruit

The Hill: GOP’s Solyndra probe threatens to ensnare Energy Secretary Chu

Politico: Michelle Obama: ‘Just relax’ with my husband

Roll Call: New Utah Map Could Force Matheson Out

National Journal: Media Reform Group Challenges Net Neutrality Rules

The New Republic: Why Death Penalty Opponents Are Closer to Their Goal Than They Realize

The Daily Caller: Biden: Voters should blame Obama, not Bush, for economy