Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.27.09

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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 July 27, 2009:

Washington Post: Falls Church Man Resentenced in Plot to Kill Bush

Washington Times: Renters finding it cheaper to own a house

Washington Examiner: Obama invites Gates, arresting officer for beer

N.Y. Times: Texting Raises Crash Risk 23 Times, Study Finds

L.A. Times: NFL conditionally reinstates Michael Vick

USA Today: Cost of treating obese patients soars to $147 billion

CQ Politics: 2010 House Outlook: Democrats Look Secure

The Hill: Sen. Bunning decides against third term

Politico: GOP headache: The birther issue

ABC News: White House Won’t Decide if $100 Million for Citi Trader is OK

CBS News: Cops Heard Calling Gates “Uncooperative”

Fox News: White House Defends Biden as ‘Asset’ After Controversy Over Russia Remarks

MSNBC News: Skilled immigrants fleeing the U.S.

CNN: ‘My Girl’ star Anna Chlumsky all grown up in acting comeback

Wall Street Journal: Bernanke Feared a Second Great Depression

NPR: Police Release Recordings Of Gates Confrontation

Roll Call: Pelosi Won’t Rule Out Staying in Session

National Journal: Sotomayor’s Princeton Awakening