Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.13.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for October 13, 2009:

Washington Post: Support Troops Swelling U.S. Force in Afghanistan

Washington Times: Moscow gives Clinton mixed signals on Iran

Washington Examiner: Dems undermine free speech in hate crimes ploy

USA Today: PC prices should stay low even with the release of Windows 7

CQ Politics: Jersey Deadlock: Independent Candidate in the Driver’s Seat

The Hill: The Big Question: Should Obama stump for Deeds, Corzine?

Politico: Senate Finance Committee approves health care bill

ABC News: Can Your Pet Save You on Your Taxes?

CBS News: Man Shoots Fiancee Day Before Wedding

Fox News: Seven-Year-Old Ohio Boy Tackled by Deer While Playing Football

MSNBC News: Fallen Marine’s father wants change

CNN: Fingerprint unmasks original da Vinci painting

Wall Street Journal: Senate Finance Panel Approves Health Bill, 14-9

NPR: Woman Reads Dan Brown Novel, Discovers Herself

Roll Call: Finance Approves Health Bill

National Journal: Many Dems Owe DCCC Dues Payments

Bloomberg News: Obama Says Decision on Afghanistan Coming in ‘Weeks’

Gallup.Com: In U.S., Two-Thirds Continue to Support Death Penalty

Talking Points Memo: Steele On New ‘It’s Not Even Really A Web Site’