Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.14.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 14, 2009:

Washington Post: Immigration Overhaul Supporters Ratchet Up Rhetoric

Washington Times: Bin Laden reportedly calls Obama ‘powerless’

Washington Examiner: Obama touts Wall St. regulation on Lehman anniversary

N.Y. Times: In a Shark’s Tooth, a New Family Tree

L.A. Times: Serena Williams apologizes for tirade, goes on to win doubles at U.S. Open

USA Today: Conn. M.E.: Body found is missing Yale student

CQ Politics: Lazio To Launch New York Governor Campaign

The Hill: Obama marks crisis by urging Wall Street to act before Congress

Politico: Democrats see race factor for Barack Obama foes

ABC News: Evidence in Murder of Yale Student Annie Le May Point to Suspect

CBS News: NYC Residences Raided in Terror Probe

Fox News: Officials: U.S. Drone Strike Kills 4 in Pakistan

MSNBC News: Cash-strapped cities pile on the parking fines

CNN: MTV awards: West disrupts Swift’s speech; tribute to MJ

Wall Street Journal: U.S. Open Diary: Roger Federer vs. Juan Martin del Potro

NPR: Models With Psoriasis Strut To Raise Awareness

Roll Call: Obama’s Army Secretary Pick Stuck in Senate

National Journal: CBO Score Boosts Student Aid Change

Bloomberg News: U.S. Markets Wrap: S&P 500 Climbs to Highest in Almost a Year

Gallup.Com: A Year of Economic Unease: Long Way to Go to Recover