Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.19.13

By Patrick Tutwiler Comment


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Thursday, December 19, 2013.

Washington Post: In probe of Va. Gov. McDonnell, prosecutors agreed to delay decision on charges

Washington Times: Homeland Security helps smuggle illegal immigrant children into the U.S.

Washington Examiner:  White House supports National Defense Authorization Act passage

Washington City Paper: The 2013 Encyclopedia of D.C.

USA Today: Brian Boitano announces he’s gay before trip to Sochi

The Hill:  Ryan won’t run for White House in 2016, his GOP colleagues say

Politico: Take this town and shove it

Roll Call: The 4 Types of House Retirements to Come

National Journal: Actual Politicians Respond to ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Comments About Genitals

Daily Caller: Obamacare’s ‘Pajama Boy’ was accused of racism, anti-Semitism

WTOP: Answers to questions on the data theft

ABC 7: What you need to know about the Target credit card hack

NBC 4: Target: 40M Credit, Debit Cards Possibly Hacked

CBS 9: Leonardtown High School reopens after reported bomb threat against school, courts