Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.30.09

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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 September 30, 2009:

Washington Post: Republican Amendments to Health-Care Bill Voted Down

Washington Times: Cantor: Afghan review jeopardizing U.S. troops

Washington Examiner: Senators reject anti-abortion provision for health care bill

N.Y. Times: G.M. to Close Saturn After Penske Pulls Out of Deal

L.A. Times: Polanski’s defenders lose sight of the true victim

USA Today: At least 119 dead in South Pacific tsunami

CQ Politics: Christie’s Edge in New Jersey Narrows

The Hill: Reid cancels October recess to focus lawmakers on healthcare

Politico: Sex, scorn and videotape

ABC News: Roman Polanski: What Did He Do?

CBS News: Al Qaeda Bombers Learn from Drug Smugglers

Fox News: FBI: Bloody Silhouette of Child Found in Casey Anthony’s Car

MSNBC News: Indonesia quake kills 75, thousands trapped

CNN: Spencer Pratt ‘barely having sex’ with Heidi Montag

Wall Street Journal: Saturn to Close After Sale Falls Through

NPR: Supreme Court To Debate Local, State Handgun Laws

Roll Call: Obama Drafts Health Care Fallback Plan

National Journal: Senate Climate Bill Sets Higher Reduction Targets Than House

Bloomberg News: Bank of America’s Chief Executive Ken Lewis to Retire Dec. 31

Gallup.Com: Many in U.S. See Health Insurance as Personal Responsibility