Today’s Most Popular Stories 12.15.10

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for December 15, 2010:

Washington Post: Va. man allegedly used Facebook to threaten D.C. area bombings

Washington Times: Reid threatens to keep Congress into next year

Washington Examiner: Much of Obama’s agenda in hands of courts

USA Today: Kids write Santa this year for basic needs instead of toys

The Hill: Senate Dems unveil $1.1T spending bill

Politico: Obama plans 2011 staff makeover

Roll Call: Census Figures to Be Released Soon

National Journal: DeMint Drops Bid to Delay Action on New START

Talking Points Memo: Republicans Make Good On Threat To Force Lame Duck Spending Showdown

Politics Daily: House Democrats Reject Obama’s Tax-Cut Deal; Senate Set to Debate

The New Republic: Bad Expectations- Oprah’s misguided view of Charles Dickens—and literature as a whole

The Daily Caller: Opponents of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal address arguments of repeal proponents