Today’s Most Popular Stories 06.30.09


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