Today’s Most Popular Stories 9.28.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 28, 2011:

Washington Post: Is Christie ready to be president?

Washington Times: Senate delays jobs bill to take on China

Washington Examiner: Property tax credit trips up politicians

Bloomberg: St. George Mayor on Disincorporation of Town

USA Today: Nude awakening: Athletes posing in ESPN’s Body Issue

NPR: Reebok Agrees To $25M Settlement In Refunds For ‘Toning Shoes’

The Hill: Energy Department approves $1 billion in solar energy loan guarantees

Politico: Defiant Team Perry’s plan: Hit harder

Roll Call: Senate Strikes Deal on CR, Disaster Funding

National Journal: An Unlikely Path: Members of Congress Without Bachelor’s Degrees—PICTURES

The New Republic: The Permanent Candidate

The Daily Caller: New audio: NC governor struck serious tone on suspending congressional elections