Today’s Most Popular Stories 3.8.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 8, 2011:

Washington Post: U.S. offers aid for Egyptian democracy, but quietly

Washington Times: U.S. sets $223B deficit record

Washington Examiner: Buddy Roemer: How to tell a religious audience about your divorce(s)

USA Today: Charlie Sheen waves machete on rooftop: ‘Free at last!’

The Hill: Dems: Congress’s Styrofoam cups could cause cancer

Politico: Freshman Democrat Joe Manchin: Obama has ‘failed to lead’ on budget

Roll Call: Bachmann Stands by ‘Gangster Government’ Description

National Journal: Suspected Mastermind in Cole Attack Faces First New Trial at Guantanamo

Talking Points Memo: Déjà Vu All Over Again: Wis. GOPers Face…Loud Town Halls!

Politics Daily: Wisconsin Cops Tackle Democratic Lawmaker as He Tries to Enter Capitol

The New Republic: The Decline of Glenn Beck

The Daily Caller: NPR executives caught on tape bashing conservatives and Tea Party, touting liberals