Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.27.09

By Matt Dornic 

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