Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.15.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 15, 2009:

Washington Post: ‘You Lie!’ Shout Brings Vote on Sanction

Washington Times: Adm. Mullen: More U.S. forces needed for Afghan war

Washington Examiner: Obama rallies GM workers at assembly plant speech

N.Y. Times: A Smaller Steak but No Less Sizzle

L.A. Times: FDA approves H1N1 vaccine from four manufacturers

USA Today: Official: Person of interest identified in Yale homicide

CQ Politics: Partisan Outburst Due for Party-Line Punishment

The Hill: Specter: Deal ‘pounded out’ on card-check, should pass this year

Politico: Joe Wilson defiant in advance of vote

ABC News: Actor Patrick Swayze Dies of Pancreatic Cancer

CBS News: Facebook Hits 300 Million Users

Fox News: House Debates Measure to Discipline Wilson for Outburst

MSNBC News: Admiral: More troops needed for Afghan war

CNN: ‘The View’ talks Swayze, Swift and Gosselin

Wall Street Journal: Autopsy Results on Yale Student Blocked

NPR: Shoe-Throwing Reporter Tells Tale Of Torture

Roll Call: Reid Threatens No Columbus Day Recess

National Journal: Electric Cars’ Advance Sticker Shock

Bloomberg News: Bernanke Says U.S. Recession ‘Very Likely’ Has Ended

Gallup.Com: Americans: Uncle Sam Wastes 50 Cents on the Dollar