Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.31.10

By Matt Dornic 

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 31, 2010:

Washington Post: For a look outside presidential bubble, Obama reads 10 personal letters each day

Washington Times: CROWLEY: Enemies of the state

Washington Examiner: Noemie Emery: Dems break spirit of law when enacting law

USA Today: Sandra Bullock lies low after a tough month

CQ Politics: New York GOP Taps Murphy Challenger

The Hill: GOP leaders seek to distance themselves from Michael Steele

Politico: President Obama’s new push meets Capitol Hill resistance

ABC News: Teen Party Crashers Allegedly Cause $45,000 Worth of Damage to House

CBS News: Report: Sandra Bullock Wants Stepdaughter

Fox News: Colorado Girl, 12, Missing Since Sunday

MSNBC News: 1 in 4 will need health decisions made for them

CNN: Dead Marine’s father ordered to pay protesters’ legal costs

Wall Street Journal: AT&T Prepares Network For Battle

NPR: I Pledge Allegiance To Linguistic Obfuscation

Roll Call: Hutchison Will Complete Senate Term

National Journal: Centrists Signal Openness To Drilling Plan

Bloomberg News: California Debt Beats Greece’s in Bond Sales: Credit Markets

Gallup.Com: Blame Spread Around for Post-Healthcare Vandalism, Threats

Talking Points Memo: Toby Keith Joins LL Cool J In Slamming Sarah Palin’s Fox News Special

Politics Daily: Criminal Probe Targets Former Chairman of Florida GOP

Reuters: Government set to unveil offshore drilling plan

The New Republic: The Essence of Anarchy