Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.19.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 19, 2010:

Washington Post: FBI broke law for years in phone record searches

Washington Times: Coakley struggles against enthusiasm for Brown

Washington Examiner: Military to use alternate airports to speed aid

USA Today: Study: Marriage benefits men economically, too

CQ Politics: Jack McCoy For Coakley, Mac Taylor For Brown

The Hill: Upset could trigger healthcare rush

Politico: Finger-pointing begins for Democratic insiders

ABC News: Drew Peterson Threatened Wife With Knife, Say Witnesses

CBS News: Haitian Orphans Arrive in Pittsburgh

Fox News: Victim Speaks ‘From the Grave’ in Peterson Case

MSNBC News: Close Mass. race threatens national Democrats

CNN: NBC may give Conan O’Brien $40 million to go away

Wall Street Journal: NBC to Pay $40 Million to Show Conan O’Brien the Door

NPR: Modern Marriages: The Rise Of The Sugar Mama

Roll Call: Brown Surges as Mass. Goes to the Wire

National Journal: Scott Brown, Populist Extraordinare

Bloomberg News: JAL May Lose Passengers to ANA as Travelers Worry About Service

Gallup.Com: Cancer’s Toll on Well-Being Greater for the Young

Talking Points Memo: Turn Out Higher?

Politics Daily: Obama ‘Surprised and Frustrated’ By Massachusetts Senate Race

Reuters: Turnout heavy in crucial Massachusetts Senate poll