Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.15.10

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 15, 2010:

Washington Post: Scientists witness the apparent birth of a black hole

Washington Times: P.G. County Executive Jack Johnson, wife arrested in FBI sting

Washington Examiner: Democrats’ agenda for lame duck session shrinking quickly

USA Today: For ‘Potter’ star Emma Watson, premiere is hair-raising moment

The Hill: Rough road ahead for Obama, unions as compromises loom

Politico: Ethics trial ends, Charlie Rangel awaits fate

Roll Call: Lieberman’s 2012 Race Calculus Is Big Mystery

National Journal: Ethics Panel Considers Quick Verdict On Rangel

Talking Points Memo: Palin’s ‘Refudiate’ Wins 2010 Word Of The Year

Politics Daily: Is Sen. Jim Webb Hinting at a Party Switch?

The New Republic: Sarah Palin Gone Wild

The Daily Caller: The Huffington Post’s bizarre attack on former President George W. Bush