Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.13.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 13, 2011:

Washington Post: Hedge fund billionaire gets 11-year sentence in fraud case

Washington Times: South Korea’s Lee gets warm welcome

Washington Examiner: Now is the time to save Social Security

USA Today: Salon shooting suspect’s ex-wife claimed abuse

NPR: The World’s First Temple! Or … Not?

The Hill: Al Gore backs Occupy Wall Street protests

Politico: Obama loses Hulk Hogan’s support

Bloomberg: Cain 9-9-9 Plan to Eliminate Tax Code Keeps U.S. Levies on Gasoline, Beer

Roll Call: New Utah Map Could Force Matheson Out

National Journal: Harrisburg, Pa., Votes to File for Bankruptcy

The New Republic: Protests and Power

The Daily Caller: Jackson, Jr: Obama should ‘declare a national emergency,’ add jobs with ‘extra-constitutional’ action