Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.08.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 8, 2009:

Washington Post: Clashes Subside as Troops Arrive in Chinese Region

Washington Times: Congress demands fix to security lapses

Washington Examiner: Biden announces White House deal with hospitals

N.Y. Times: Developing Nations Rebuff G-8 on Curbing Pollutants

L.A. Times: LAPD says overtime for Michael Jackson memorial cost $1 million

USA Today: G-8 nations agree on climate target

CQ Politics: Illinois: Kirk Will Run for Senate, Madigan Opts Out

The Hill: White House threatens veto over intel disclosure

Politico: Barack Obama could preside over demise of modern campaign finance

ABC News: Michael Jackson’s Memorial: Who Bailed And Why

CBS News: McNair’s Girlfriend Behind Murder-Suicide

Fox News: ‘Harry Potter’ Star Could Face 14 Years for Growing Marijuana Farm

MSNBC News: Lawmakers, businesses jockey for ‘green’ jobs

CNN: Greenpeace unfurls banner on Mount Rushmore

Wall Street Journal: An Uphill Fight for the Right to Carry Guns on Campus

NPR: Attacks Highlight Flaws In U.S. Cyberdefenses

Roll Call: Husband of Ensign’s Mistress Says Coburn, Others Urged Payment

National Journal: Senate Dems Likely To Alter Tariff Provision