Today’s Most Popular Stories 06.30.09

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By Matt Dornic 

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for June 30, 2009:

Washington Post: Ringleader in D.C. Tax Scam Gets 17 1/2 Years in Prison

Washington Times: Holocaust museum shooter too injured for court

Washington Examiner: A look at Obama’s proposal to create a Consumer Financial Protection Agency

N.Y. Times: Iraq Marks Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Cities

L.A. Times: 2002 Michael Jackson will left assets, grandchildren’s guardianship to Katherine Jackson

USA Today: Consumers hit again as some banks raise credit rates, fees

CQ Politics: Drug Industry Lobbying Efforts, Campaign Funds Tilt Toward Democrats

The Hill: Gates: ‘More humane’ enforcement of gay ban studied

Politico: Norm Coleman concedes Minnesota Senate race to Al Franken

ABC News: S.C. Gov. Sanford Dishes Detail of Meetings With Mistress

CBS News: Report: Jackson Not the Father of His Kids

Fox News: At Least 7 Teens Shot at Detroit Bus Stop Near High School

MSNBC News: Stalemate in Afghan town shows task ahead

CNN: Child found alive after plane crashes in sea

Wall Street Journal: Small Loss Caps Strong Quarter

NPR: FDA Panel Advises Smaller Doses Of Painkillers

Roll Call: Ethics Rules Allow Smith to Collect on Locker Rentals

National Journal: Sotomayor In Context: A Moderately Liberal Nominee

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