Today’s Most Popular Stories 1.6.14

By Patrick Tutwiler Comment


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Monday, January 6, 2014.

Washington Post: ‘Polar Vortex’ puts Midwest in deep freeze; heads to DC

Washington TimesMarijuana marketing: Spirit Airlines offers ‘Get Mile High’ discount on flights to Colorado

Washington Examiner:  Former congressman Mel Watt sworn in as Fannie and Freddie regulator

Washington City PaperMeet Your New Metro 7000 Series Railcars

USA Today: Mary Kay Letourneau is back in jail

The Hill:  Battle over unemployment insurance will consume start of 2014 on Capitol Hill

PoliticoA congressman who went off the grid

Roll CallUnpopular Obama’s New Gig in 2014: Fundraiser in Chief

National JournalA Thousand Marriages in Utah Are Now in Question

Daily Caller: Michelle Obama spending extended vacation at Oprah’s Maui home

WTOP: Closings roll in as freeze approaches

ABC 7: D.C. area prepares for dangerous temperatures

NBC 4: Man Reunited With Family After Photo Published

CBS 9: Nicholas A. Simmons may have been located in the Washington, D.C., area