Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.26.13


By Patrick Tutwiler Comment


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Thursday, December 26, 2013.

Washington Post: Hand signals help restaurant servers communicate

Washington Times: Authorities charge white ‘knockout’ suspect with hate crime

Washington Examiner:  US ‘disappointed’ by Japanese PM’s visit to war shrine

Washington City Paper: Woolly, Studio, and, Uh, Some Other Troupes: The Year in Theater

USA Today: Consumers have a beef with package delivery

The Hill:  Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood a terror group

Politico: Jackson: ‘Duck’ star ‘white privilege’

Roll Call: Prevention Is Still the Best Medicine | Commentary

National Journal: The War Over Santa Claus

Daily Caller: Byron York: Insurance company bailouts ‘absolutely will happen’ under Obamacare

WTOP: ‘Santa’s sleigh’ delayed for many this year

ABC 7: Delta to honor extra-low ‘mistake fares’

NBC 4: Truck Overturns, Spills Mail Onto I-270 in Md.

CBS 9: Santa Claus shot with pellet gun at DC toy giveaway