Today’s Most Popular Stories 2.15.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 15, 2011:

Washington Post: Hacked e-mails reveal plans for dirty-tricks campaign against U.S. Chamber foes

Washington Times: Federal deficit on track for a record this fiscal year

Washington Examiner: NPR thanks Obama for budget ‘vote of confidence’

USA Today: CBS’ Lara Logan survived ‘brutal’ sexual assault in Egypt

The Hill: Chances up for federal shutdown

Politico: Liberals launch anti-Darrell Issa crusade

Roll Call: ‘Sheriff Joe’ Arpaio Leads in Arizona Poll for Senate Race

National Journal: Michelle v. Michele: The Breastfeeding Battle

Talking Points Memo: ‘Curveball’: I Lied About Iraq WMD To Help Topple Saddam

Politics Daily: New York Rep. Chris Lee Resigns Over Craigslist Dating Ad and Sexy Photo

The New Republic: Why Obama’s Budget Is OK

The Daily Caller: Cowgirl Kristi Noem ropes in Capitol Hill: A Washington love story