Today’s Most Popular Stories 06.19.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for June 19, 2009:

Washington Post: Gays in the Military: Let the Evidence Speak

Washington Times: Hundreds mourn slain museum security guard

Washington Examiner: Obama: Illegal immigrants should “go to the back of the line”

N.Y. Times: An Early Leader Keeps It All in Perspective

L.A. Times: Iran’s supreme leader rules out election fraud

USA Today: Facing the music: $1.9M file-share verdict stuns Minn. mom

CQ Politics: No Perjury Charges for Burris

The Hill: House Dems unveil healthcare reform bill

Politico: How Obama could lose health fight

ABC News: Billionaire Allen Stanford Indicted, Charged with Fraud, Obstruction

CBS News: Clinton Undergoes Successful Elbow Surgery

Fox News: U.S. Military Set to Intercept North Korean Ship Suspected of Proliferating Missiles, Nukes

MSNBC News: More may not always be better in health care

CNN: Air France bodies had broken bones, official says

Wall Street Journal: U.S. Fortifies Hawaii to Meet Threat From Korea

NPR: 8 States Report Record Unemployment In May

Roll Call: Towns Issues Second Subpoena in Merrill Lynch Takeover