Today’s Most Popular Stories 07.29.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for July 29, 2009:

Washington Post: Banita Jacks Found Guilty of Murdering Daughters

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: Defense analyst in spy case was FBI double agent

Washington Examiner: Frank threatens banks to stop foreclosures

N.Y. Times: Microsoft and Yahoo Reach Deal on Search Partnership

L.A. Times: Microsoft-Yahoo partnership faces big obstacle in antitrust regulators

USA Today: 911 caller in Gates case says she’s glad truth is out

CQ Politics: Ominous Signs for Obama on Economy, Health Care

The Hill: Blue Dogs strike deal: No health vote before recess

Politico: Henry Waxman wins breakthrough on health bill

ABC News: Holder: Homegrown Terror Threat Increasing

CBS News: Coroner Delays Jackson Autopsy Results

Fox News: Military Poised to Help FEMA Battle Swine Flu Outbreak

MSNBC News: The science behind the swimsuit war

CNN: Wife of terrorism suspect says FBI tricked her

Wall Street Journal: Obama Defends Health Agenda

NPR: Audience Picks: 100 Best Beach Books Ever

Roll Call: Grassley Says Progress, but No Deal on Health Care

National Journal: How To Succeed As A Special Envoy