Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.18.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for December 18, 2009:

Washington Post: World leaders reach deal on climate change in Copenhagen

Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: Some passport snoopers still on the job

Washington Examiner: Obamacare totters on the precipice

USA Today: Witness: Chris Henry threatened fiancee that he would kill himself

CQ Politics: Marino Meets With NRCC About Possible Carney Challenge

The Hill: Pelosi, Rahm do not scare Rep. DeFazio

Politico: On the verge of a deal in Copenhagen

ABC News: Brazilian In-Laws Ask David Goldman For Christmas Truce in Custody Fight

CBS News: Tiger Woods Dropped From Tag Heuer Ads

Fox News: Witness: Bengals’ Chris Henry Threatened to Jump From Truck Moments Before Fatal Fall

MSNBC News: U.S., others broker modest climate deal

CNN: Wintry storm causing havoc, churning toward Northeast

Wall Street Journal: How Tiger Protected His Image

NPR: U.S., China Reach Tentative Climate Compromise

Roll Call: Reid’s Health Care Bill Strategy Clears First Hurdle

National Journal: The March of Diversity

Bloomberg News: Pimco’s Gross Boosts Cash to Most Since Lehman Failed

Gallup.Com: U.S. Flu and Cold Cases Decline in November

Talking Points Memo: Did White House Pressure FDA To Help Kill Measure To Make Drugs Cheaper?

Politics Daily: Journalist Deaths Spike in 2009

Reuters: Senate races the clock on health bill