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Today’s Most Popular Stories 11.30.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for November 30, 2009:

Washington Post: PBS, changing ‘NewsHour’ to preserve it

Washington Times: Health bills fail to block illegals from coverage

Washington Examiner: SCOTUS throws out ruling ordering release of detainee abuse photos

USA Today: Tiger Woods speaks out, but accident questions remain

CQ Politics: Ensign Hits Airwaves, Refuses to Resign

The Hill: Democratic war tax proponent Obey calls expected troop surge a ‘fool’s errand’

Politico: 7 stories Barack Obama doesn’t want told

ABC News: Huckabee Helped Set Rapist Free Who Later Killed Missouri Woman

CBS News: Poll: Rush Most Influential Conservative

Fox News: Seattle Police: Cop-Killing Suspect on The Loose

MSNBC News: ‘Cyber Monday’ sales rise 20 percent over 2008

CNN: Toobin: Why Tiger Woods may not be talking to police

Wall Street Journal: The Arabs Have Stopped Applauding Obama

NPR: 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Senate Health Bill

Roll Call: Ensign Hits Airwaves, Refuses to Resign

National Journal: Obama And The Lobbyists

Bloomberg News: Dubai World to Restructure $26 Billion of Debt

Gallup.Com: Americans Still Leaning Against Healthcare Legislation

Talking Points Memo: How Clemmons Went From Prisoner To Alleged Cop Killer–And Why It Matters For Mike Huckabee

Politics Daily: Will Sarah Palin Ever Be President? A Guide to the Predictions

Reuters: Dubai says not responsible for Dubai World debt

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