Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.10.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 10, 2009:

Washington Post: Pope presses Obama on abortion, stem cells

Washington Times: Obama gives Iran deadline on nuclear program

Washington Examiner: Burris cites fundraising burden in declaring he won’t run in 2010

N.Y. Times: U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into ’01 Afghan Killings

L.A. Times: GM emerges from bankruptcy with a bold agenda

USA Today: Obama meets pope, says U.N., G-8 must tackle problems faster

CQ Politics: Health Care Headache Intensifies on Capitol Hill

The Hill: Senate GOP quiet on Ensign

Politico: For Huffington Post, left is right

ABC News: Families Sue Cemetery Charged With Digging Up Bodies

CBS News: Picture Of Jackson’s Drug Use Gets Clearer

Fox News: Authorities Search for Suspects Wanted in Home-Invasion Murders of Parents of 16 Children

MSNBC News: Post-9/11 surveillance went beyond wiretapping

CNN: Police find icon’s casket, more empty plots at historic cemetery

Wall Street Journal: Harry Potter and the Rival Teen Franchise

NPR: Obama To Preview Africa Policy In Ghana

Roll Call: No Home for Waters’ $1 Million Earmark

National Journal: House Reform Bill Talks Slow; Senators Look To Regroup