Today’s Most Popular Stories 4.18.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for April 18, 2011:

Washington Post: Advice from Slate’s ‘Dear Prudence’

Washington Times: Afghanistan ‘death squad’ killings fail to get media, political attention

Washington Examiner: Unions, losing Wal Mart fight, attack longtime D.C. grocer

Bloomberg: Obama Made $1.7 Million in 2010, Paid $453,770 Tax

USA Today: Conservative bloggers slam Glenn Beck for ‘content theft’

The Hill: Gore to young advocates: Battle industry lobbyists to turn the tide on climate

Politico: What’s Donald Trump really after?

Roll Call: FEC Launches Audit of Obama’s 2008 Campaign

National Journal: As Reelection Push Begins, a Report Card on Obama’s Political Challenges

Talking Points Memo: Trump Loses Conservatives Thanks To His Political Past

The New Republic: Fringe: Stop pretending Michele Bachmann can win the Iowa caucuses. She can’t.

The Daily Caller: TheDC Exclusive: Conservatives hit Beck for taking content without attribution