Today’s Most Popular Stories 10.14.09

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

Washington Post: An Insatiable Appetite for Competition

Washington Times: Israelis may stay home to avoid arrest in Europe

Washington Examiner: Foreign meddling behind Nobel Peace Prize ignored by Obama

USA Today: In major flip, House Dems now represent richest regions

CQ Politics: Wrangle Over Rangel Shows Signs of Strain

The Hill: Lieberman opposes Baucus health bill

Politico: Democrats launch attack on insurer exemption

ABC News: Why Women Really Have Sex

CBS News: Behind The Smile of Jaycee Lee Dugard

Fox News: Report: Bible Quoting Passenger Causes Delta Plane Diversion

MSNBC News: Sources: Senior al-Qaida figure contacted Zazi

CNN: Colombian hitmen reveal horror of the kill

Wall Street Journal: Rage at Government for Doing Too Much and Not Enough

NPR: Soda Tax Could Shake Up Industry

Roll Call: Hoyer: It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

National Journal: For GOP, Embracing Tea Party Presents Risk, Opportunity

Bloomberg News: U.S. Stocks Rally as Dow Hits 10,000 for First Time in Year

Gallup.Com: U.S. Satisfaction Sinks to Six-Month Low

Talking Points Memo: Citing Work Of Right-Wing Intern Spy, GOP Accuses Muslim Group Of Infiltrating Hill With Intern ‘Spies’