Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.15.13

By Patrick Tutwiler Comment


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Friday, November 15, 2013.

Washington Post: The U.S. cities that foreign governments warn tourists to avoid

Washington Times: House votes to let Americans keep health plans; 39 Dems defy Obama

Washington Examiner: Hillary Clinton in 2007: “If you have a plan you like, you keep it.”

Washington City Paper: City, Developer Won’t Meet Deadline to Submit D.C. United Deal

USA Today: Jean-Claude Van Damme’s epic split stunt goes viral

The Hill: Vulnerable Dems scramble to keep distance from ObamaCare

Politico: Pelosi: No apology for ACA promise

Roll Call: Congress Unlikely to Intervene in ‘Stand Down’ Controversy

National Journal: White House Buckles, Allows Outdated Insurance Plans Through 2014

Daily Caller: 39 Democrats break with the White House to vote for GOP healthcare fix

ABC 7: Records: Minnieland child mistreatment not limited to Woodbridge

NBC 4: High School Coach to Apologize After Kicking Marching Band Off Field, School Says

CBS 9: Annandale High School marching band kicked off field during halftime show by football coach