Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.29.10

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