Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.29.10

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By Matt Dornic 

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 29, 2010:

Washington Post: School system in Va. won’t teach version of Anne Frank book

Washington Times: Maryland lawmaker wants DUI plates for repeat drunken drivers

Washington Examiner: Has Obama become bored with being president?

USA Today: Kurt Warner announces his retirement after 12 NFL seasons

CQ Politics: Bayh Is A $13 Million Guy

The Hill: Clyburn: House Dems do not trust the Senate

Politico: Democrats cry injustice

ABC News: Ex-Wife Says Kerrigan Brother ‘Capable of Killing’

CBS News: Obama Spars With Harshest Critics in GOP

Fox News: Pregnant N.J. Woman Vanishes Days Before Due Date

MSNBC News: GDP data overstates economy’s health

CNN: Gay dating site’s Super Bowl ad rejected by CBS

Wall Street Journal: Obama, Republicans Spar at GOP Event

NPR: Can Bosses Do That? As It Turns Out, Yes They Can

Roll Call: Obama Enters GOP Lion’s Den, Answers Critics

National Journal: Anger Management

Bloomberg News: U.S. Stocks, Commodities Retreat as Dollar, Treasuries Advance

Gallup.Com: In U.S., 35% Would Rather Work for Gov’t Than for Business

Talking Points Memo: Sen. Webb Challenges Obama On Key Initiatives At Critical Juncture For Democrats

Politics Daily: NATO Apologizes After Western Troops Accidentally Kill Cleric in Afghanistan

Reuters: U.S. first lady leads charge against obesity

The New Republic: Obama’s Dull, Cheap, Successful Speech