Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.12.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 12, 2009:

Washington Post: Two Americans Win Nobel Economics Prize

Washington Times: Report details swine flu deaths in Canada, Mexico

Washington Examiner: Clinton: Obama won Nobel prize for restoring image of America

USA Today: ‘Suicide bridge’ spurs feud

CQ Politics: Women Lawmakers Put a Personal Stamp on Health Overhaul

The Hill: Rangel to face primary challenge from former campaign director

Politico: What’s with all the @#%! language?

ABC News: The Top 5 Celebs on the Verge of Meltdowns

CBS News: Nobel Peace Prize Seen in a New Light

Fox News: 6-Year-Old Scout Suspended for Bringing Knife-Fork-Spoon Utensil to School

MSNBC News: College cutbacks make it harder to earn degrees

CNN: Commentary: Boy pushes Congress for food allergy guidelines

Wall Street Journal: Why Email No Longer RulesÂ…

NPR: Some Tenants Pay The Price For Mortgage Excesses

Roll Call: Obama Sees an Emerging Consensus on Health Care Reform

National Journal: Paddling Alone On The Economic Rapids

Bloomberg News: Nobelist Williamson Sees No Easy Answer to ‘Too Big to Fail’

Gallup.Com: Obama Job Approval at 56% After Nobel Win

Talking Points Memo: UK’s Brown to repay $19,000 in expenses claims