Today’s Most Popular Stories 7.13.11

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

Washington Post: 8-year-old Brooklyn boy is killed and dismembered; Orthodox Jewish neighborhood is shocked

Washington Times: HURT: Welcome to Jimmy Carter’s 2nd term

Washington Examiner: Washington gets $200 billion a month, Social Security costs $50 billion a month, and Obama is threatening to starve Grandma?

Bloomberg: Obama’s $86 Million Campaign Fundraising Beats Republicans’ Combined Haul

USA Today: Live blog: USA d. France 3-1 and heads to finals

NPR: How Frequent Fliers Exploit A Government Program To Get Free Trips

The Hill: Debt-ceiling talks hit brick wall as President Obama, GOP trade jabs

Politico: No yelling at Obama today

Roll Call: Gay Community Gears Up for Tammy Baldwin Senate Bid

National Journal: Harvard Researchers Want Fat Kids Taken from Their Homes

The New Republic: What if the Right and the Left Are Both Wrong About Why the Economic Recovery Is So Slow? A New Theory.

The Daily Caller: McConnell proposal on debt limit prompts swift backlash from conservatives