Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.26.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 26, 2010:

Washington Post: Remains found near Charlottesville may be of missing student Morgan Harrington

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: Obama’s loose grip on reality

Washington Examiner: Senators rebel over treating Detroit airline terrorist as a civilian

USA Today: Women’s groups urge CBS to jettison Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad

CQ Politics: South Carolina: Scott Met With NRCC About House Bid

The Hill: Obama pressed on terrorism

Politico: Poll: Fox is most trusted name in news

ABC News: L.A. to Shutter Hundreds of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

CBS News: Toyota Suspends Sales of Recalled Vehicles

Fox News: Man Arrested After Weapons, Map of U.S. Military Facility Seized From N.J. Motel Room

MSNBC News: Toyota suspending sales of eight recalled cars

CNN: Toyota suspends sales of eight models

Wall Street Journal: The Scales Can Lie: Hidden Fat

NPR: Willpower And The ‘Slacker’ Brain

Roll Call: Coburn Hijacks Debate on Debt Limit Hike

National Journal: Senate Defeats Debt Panel Amendment

Bloomberg News: Bernanke Gains Backers as Reid Sets Procedural Vote

Gallup.Com: President’s Support Usually Unaffected by State of Union

Talking Points Memo: Record number of young Americans jobless

Politics Daily: Michelle Obama Raising Profile on Military Family Issues

Reuters: Landrieu Phone Bugging Case: What Is The Pelican Institute?