Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.07.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 7, 2010:

Washington Post: Petraeus condemns Fla. church’s plan to burn Korans

Washington Times: Transit strikes hit France, London

Washington Examiner: Hugh Hewitt: Interests of younger, older teachers clash in November

USA Today: Yahoo Sports: Reggie Bush will be stripped of Heisman Trophy

CQ Politics: Arizona: Club for Growth Backs Schweikert

The Hill: At least 70 House seats in play, says Obama’s campaign adviser

Politico: How the House would be won

Roll Call: One-Seat Majority Is Democrats’ Bottom Line

National Journal: NATO Chief Affirms Afghan Transition Plan

Gallup.Com: Business Owners Still Lead in Wellbeing Among Job Types

Talking Points Memo: The Odd Confluence

Politics Daily: New York’s John Hall: A Rocky Reelection Road for a Rock Legend

The New Republic: You Say Recession, I Say Depression

The Daily Caller: Obama: They talk about me like a dog

Foreign Policy: We’ve had these Karzai problems before