Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.07.09

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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 October 7, 2009:

Washington Post: High Court Appears Split About Cross on Park Land

Washington Times: House GOP presses, fails to get Rangel resignation

Washington Examiner: Weak himself, Obama draws strength from Bush

USA Today: Feds limit Ariz. sheriff’s crackdown on illegal immigrants

CQ Politics: Past and Present in Iowa Governors’ Duel

The Hill: Democrats sink Republican effort to take away Rangel’s chairmanship

Politico: CBO estimates Baucus bill at $829B

ABC News: David Letterman Puts the Joke on Himself

CBS News: President Gets Afghan Troop Request

Fox News: Somali Pirates Mistake French Military Vessel for Commercial Ship

MSNBC News: CBO: Health care bill to cost $829 billion

CNN: Who’s the better translator: Machines or humans?

Wall Street Journal: Behind Afghan War Debate, a Battle of Two Books Rages

NPR: ‘Consumer Reports’ Chief Backs Health Overhaul

Roll Call: Heard on the Hill: Hot-Button E-Mail

National Journal: CBO: Finance Plan Would Save $81 Billion

Bloomberg News: Alcoa Reports Unexpected Profit on Cost Reductions

Gallup.Com: At 16.6%, Number of Uninsured American Adults Ties High

Talking Points Memo: Fox News’s Shep Smith: ‘Every Vote Against The Public Option Is A Vote For The Insurance Companies’

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