What are the most popular stories around the web this morning? Townhall does the surfing so you don't have to.
New York Times: New Hints Seen That Red Wine May Slow Aging
New York Post: Dark Theory of Alycia E-mail
Los Angeles Times: With 'Zohan,' Robert Smigel Will Mess With You
Washington Post: Clinton Pullout Likely Saturday
Washington Times: Climate Concern Ripped as 'Religion'
Chicago Tribune: Rezko Convicted of Corruption
Boston Globe: Slaying Gave US A First Taste of Mideast Terror
Philadelphia Inquirer: Eagles Notes: Chad Johnson Ponders Eagles - and Cowboys
Houston Chronicle: Principal Has New Job After 'Islam 101' Scandal
Denver Post: College Admissions Miss "Risks"
Time Magazine: Recession May Be Driving Off Illegals
Newsweek: Clinton Kabuki
U.S. News and World Report: 5 Upsides of $4 Gas
The Economist: China Helps Itself
BBC News: Five Job Interview Bear Traps
ABC News: Clinton's Historic Bid Falls Short
Roll Call: Lieberman Draws Fire on Obama
Huffington Post: Bill Clinton: Purdum a "Sleazy" "Slimy" "Scumbag"
Slate: Death of a Saleswoman
Wall Street Journal:
Politico: Obama Treads Gingerly Around Clinton
And on Townhall.com this morning:
Ann Coulter : Obama Was Selected, Not Elected
Thomas Sowell : Obama and McCain
George Will : Holding the Key to Gas Prices
Larry Elder : What Does Obama's Victory Mean?
Victor Davis Hanson : The Bad War?