Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.06.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 6, 2009:

Washington Post: Sotomayor Takes Active Role on Court’s First Day

Washington Times: ACORN’s Lewis suggests opponents are racist

Washington Examiner: Congressional leaders fight against posting bills online

N.Y. Times: How Nonsense Sharpens the Intellect

L.A. Times: U.S. may not make January deadline for closing Guantanamo

USA Today: White House continues music series with ‘Fiesta Latina’

CQ Politics: Lobbyists Stew After Being Bounced From Boards

The Hill: Democrats frustrated with Obama hesitation over new Iran sanctions

Politico: White House will keep Olympic office open

ABC News: Where’s the Beef? 10 Unexpectedly Risky Foods

CBS News: Ashley Jewell Death: Atlanta “Housewife” Kandi Burruss “Devastated”

Fox News: Alleged Extortionist’s Attorney Says David Letterman Not Telling Whole Story

MSNBC News: ‘Cleantech’ could be economyÂ’s next boom

CNN: I had a secret office affair that ended badly

Wall Street Journal: Turkey and Armenia Near Friendship Pact

NPR: High Court Weighs Legality Of Memorial Cross

Roll Call: Senate Vacancies Raise Questions of FramersÂ’ Intentions

National Journal: The Top 25 Players In Health Care Reform

Bloomberg News: U.S. Markets Wrap: Stocks, Oil, Gold Rise, as Dollar Declines

Gallup.Com: Gallup Economic Weekly: Consumer Confidence Tumbles