Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.07.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for December 7, 2009:

Washington Post: Zhu Zhu Pets maker releases safety tests on toy hamster

Washington Times: American admits to role in Mumbai attacks

Washington Examiner: Abortion vote today could decide fate of heath plan

USA Today: As allegations continue, fallout continues for Tiger Woods

CQ Politics: McMahon to Meet With Senate GOP Leaders

The Hill: EPA chief: The hacked e-mails change nothing

Politico: NPR reporter pressured over Fox role

ABC News: At Least 9 Women Linked to Tiger Woods in Alleged Affairs

CBS News: Meds Involved in Tiger Woods Accident?

Fox News: Police Officer Shot Dead Outside Pa. Home

MSNBC News: Bernanke: Too soon to tell if recovery will last

CNN: Pilots who overshot destination blame controllers

Wall Street Journal: Miles for Nothing: How the Government Helped Frequent Fliers Make a Mint

NPR: Cargo Bikes: Go Ahead And Bring The Kitchen Sink

Roll Call: Baucus Nominated Girlfriend for U.S. Attorney

National Journal: EPA Greenhouse Gas Finding Could Aid Obama

Bloomberg News: Feinberg Said to Lift $500,000 Salary Limit for AIG Executives

Gallup.Com: After Brief Uptick, Obama Approval Slips to 47%

Talking Points Memo: NASA Diver Insists Tale Of Porn-Watching Muslim Hijackers Is True, Despite Discrepancies

Politics Daily: Amanda Knox: ‘She-Devil’ or Victim of Anti-Americanism?

Reuters: U.S. moves to curb emissions, aids U.N. climate talks