Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.02.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 2, 2010:

Washington Post: Obama says he’s open to four GOP ideas on health care

Washington Times: PRUDEN: An FDR lesson Obama missed

Washington Examiner: For Obama and Pelosi, health care is ego trip

USA Today: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ tries bold new steps this season

CQ Politics: More Democrats Purge Rangel Money

The Hill: Davis calls on Rangel to give up tax chairmanship after ethics finding

Politico: Harold Ford: Democrats are ‘scared’

ABC News: Obama’s NHTSA Appointee Defends Bush-era NHTSA’s Performance on Runaway Toyotas

CBS News: Shock-Jock Howard Stern Skewers Jay Leno

Fox News: Florida Police Release Witness Testimonies From SeaWorld Trainer Death

MSNBC News: Obama to incorporate GOP ideas in health plan

CNN: New no. 1. Ford sales top GM, Toyota

Wall Street Journal: One Senator Holds Up Bill, in New Level of Gridlock

NPR: In Fossil Find, ‘Anaconda’ Meets ‘Jurassic Park’

Roll Call: Collins Tries to Stop Bunning Filibuster

National Journal: Obama Plan Aims To Include Four GOP Ideas

Bloomberg News: Ford U.S. Sales Win Is First Since 1998 as GM Shuffles Leaders

Gallup.Com: What America’s Most Obese Metro Areas Have in Common

Talking Points Memo: Dems United, Republicans Split, By Bunning Benefits Blockade

Politics Daily: Republicans Urge Bunning to Drop Unemployment Filibuster

Reuters: Obama said poised to offer more healthcare changes

The New Republic: Roberts versus Roberts