Today’s Most Popular Stories 9.27.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 27, 2011:

Washington Post: Five myths about millionaires

Washington Times: Washington Monument to remain closed ‘indefinitely’

Washington Examiner: Property tax credit trips up politicians

USA Today: Nancy Grace has ‘Dancing’ wardrobe malfunction

NPR: Caffeinated Women May Be Fighting Depression With Every Cup

The Hill: Lobby group objects to new regulation banning gifts to all federal employees

Politico: POTUS testy in BET interview

Roll Call: Senate Strikes Deal on CR, Disaster Funding

National Journal: ‘Raise My Taxes,’ Town-Hall Participant Tells Obama

The New Republic: What ‘The Washington Post’ Doesn’t Understand About the Looming Government Shutdown

The Daily Caller: Obama jobs bill filed in both chambers of Congress at the request of the president