Today’s Most Popular Headlines 07.23.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 23, 2009:

Washington Post: Dow Closes Above 9000 for First Time Since January

Washington Times: 3 N.J. mayors among 40 people arrested in corruption case

Washington Examiner: ‘Gay’ T-shirts spark vandalism, threats at area stores

N.Y. Times: 44 Are Charged in New Jersey-Focused Corruption Inquiry

L.A. Times: Jackson’s physician identified as target of police investigation

USA Today: Perfection: White Sox’s Buehrle throws perfect game vs. Rays

CQ Politics: Reid Doesn’t Mind Busting Health Care Deadline

The Hill: Dems mull skipping panel, bringinghealthcare to floor

Politico: Democrats are punting on the August health care deadline

ABC News: Obama Defends Criticism of Cambridge Police in Arrest of Gates

CBS News: Corruption Probe Sweeps Up N.J. Pols

Fox News: California’s $1.4 Billion Pot Tax Hopes May Be Up in Smoke

MSNBC News: Worried public changes Obama deficit message

CNN: Officer says he’ll ‘never apologize’ for Harvard professor arrest

Wall Street Journal: Dozens Arrested in New Jersey Corruption Probe

NPR: Karzai Rivals Make Gains Ahead Of Afghan Vote

Roll Call: Health Talks Break Without Deal

National Journal: Obama Raises Prospect Of Rejecting Flawed Health Bill