DC’s Top Stories, 1.31.14

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FishbowlDC’s round-up of the most popular, most read, and most clicked stories from local news media.

Here are DC’s top stories for Friday, January 31, 2014:

The Washington PostThe hotels Brazil needs for the World Cup never got built

The Washington TimesTHATCHER: Common sense for restaurant-menu labeling

Washington ExaminerState Department gives Keystone XL passing environmental grade

Washington City PaperThat Time D.C. Punks Posed as Prizefighters

USA TodayEx-aide: Christie knew about lane closures on bridge

The Hill: Wyoming most conservative, D.C. most liberal in 2013

POLITICOConfessions of an ex-TSA agent

Roll CallWhy I Put My Political Career on ‘Operational Pause’ | Commentary

National JournalMitt Romney Is the 2016 Republican Front-Runner

Daily Caller: Christie denies allegation from Port Authority official

WTOP: Spring-like temps before winter returns

ABC 7: Numerous chances for wintry weather in D.C. next week

NBC 4: Sheriff: Children Left in Cold Car 90 Minutes While Mother Had Makeup Done

CBS 9: Fire Lt. attempts to retire amid death investigation

Fox 5: AP sources: Super Bowl sex, drug arrests in NYC