Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.10.09

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

Washington Post: Democrats Begin Rallying Members Behind Obama’s Health-Care Call

Washington Times: Census: 40M in U.S. now live in poverty

Washington Examiner: Rep. Joe Wilson’s outburst criticized by colleagues

N.Y. Times: Remembering a Future That Many Feared

L.A. Times: Obama tells supporters that it’s time for action on healthcare

USA Today: Accuser’s lawyer wants list of every woman Ben Roethlisberger ever had sex with

CQ Politics: Wilson’s ‘Lie’ Remark Floods Foe with Cash

The Hill: Pelosi: not much support for more Afghan troops

Politico: Tensions remain after Joe Wilson apology

ABC News: Funeral Nearly Becomes Disaster for U.S. and Afghans

CBS News: White House: 1 Million Jobs Saved, Created

Fox News: ‘Public Option’ Unlimited But Paid For, Leaving Number-Crunchers Perplexed

MSNBC News: Americans lacking health insurance rose in ’08

CNN: Obama steps up call for health care reform

Wall Street Journal: Gorman to Be Morgan Stanley CEO

NPR: A ‘Shattered’ Republican Party?

Roll Call: LeMieux Is Sworn In for 16-Month Senate Term

National Journal: Battle Brewing Over Medical Liability Issues In Health Care

Bloomberg News: Morgan Stanley’s Mack Plans to Hand CEO Job to Gorman

Gallup.Com: Americans’ Trust in Legislative Branch at Record Low