Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.02.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 2, 2009:

Washington Post: SEC Watchdog: Agency Mishandled Madoff Probes

Washington Times: Schoolchildren to get assignment from Obama

Washington Examiner: Obama adviser: Republicans are a–holes

N.Y. Times: Democrats Go on the Road to Revive Health Care Push

L.A. Times: Station fire pushes farther east to above Sierra Madre; cost of battle pegged at $21 million

USA Today: Why Gmail went down

CQ Politics: CQ Race Rating Change: DeMint Edges Up

The Hill: Short of ‘miracle,’ Congress to fall short on appropriations goal

Politico: President Obama to address Congress

ABC News: Diane Sawyer to Replace Charles Gibson as ‘World News’ Anchor

CBS News: Teen Cries Tears of Blood

Fox News: Watchdog: Nude Parties, Hazing Compromising Security at Embassy in Kabul

MSNBC News: Java quake kills at least 33, injures scores

CNN: Holocaust museum shooting suspect opposes psych evaluation

Wall Street Journal: For 2016 Olympic Contenders, the Games Have Now Begun

NPR: Pfizer’s Legal Day Of Reckoning For Bextra

Roll Call: Obama to Address Congress; Democrats Expect Details on Health Care

National Journal: American Dental Association

Bloomberg News: Fed Considered Extending End-Date for MBS Purchases