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Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.25.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 25, 2009:

Washington Post: Enhanced video helps bring arrest in ’97 D.C. slaying

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: Hiding evidence of global cooling

Washington Examiner: Noemie Emery: When did Newsweek stop doing news?

USA Today: Google apologizes for now removed racially offensive Michelle Obama image

CQ Politics: Paul Says NRSC Won’t Endorse in Ky. Primary

The Hill: Emissions target set ahead of Copenhagen climate summit

Politico: John McCain: Sarah Palin attacks ‘vicious’

ABC News: Donny Osmond on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Win: ‘I Beat Marie!’

CBS News: Congress May Probe Leaked Global Warming E-Mails

Fox News: Secret Service Says Couple Crashed State Dinner

MSNBC News: Would-be reality TV stars crash Obama party

CNN: Web site posts what it says are half million text messages from 9/11

Wall Street Journal: Dobbs Reaches Out to Latinos, With Politics in Mind

NPR: In Japan, ‘Herbivore’ Boys Subvert Ideas Of Manhood

Roll Call: State Dinner Guest List Likely Includes Only One GOP Member of Congress

National Journal: Learn Your Offsets: A Glossary Of Proposed Cost-Saving Measures

Bloomberg News: Dollar Hits 14-Year Low Against Yen on Risk Appetite, Rate View

Gallup.Com: In U.S., More Support for Increasing Troops in Afghanistan

Talking Points Memo: Perino: No Terrorists Attacked America On Bush’s Watch

Politics Daily: Health Care Bill Still Faces Huge Hurdles in the Senate

Reuters: China expert warns of pandemic flu mutation

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