Today’s Most Popular Stories 3.18.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 18, 2011:

Washington Post: Judge blocks Wisconsin law curbing labor rights

Washington Times: In face of government shutdown, it’s still party time

Washington Examiner: Union equates lavish benefits to black civil rights

USA Today: Japan raises severity of nuclear accident to level of Three Mile Island

The Hill: Dan Quayle on Obama’s greens habit: ‘I’m glad he’s out there playing golf’

Politico: Day after saying no second term, a big win for Hillary Clinton

Roll Call: Frustration With Obama Builds

National Journal: Obama’s Approval Ratings

Politics Daily: Sarah Palin’s Popularity Slips to 60 Percent Disapproval Rate in Poll

The New Republic: Are Republicans Blowing Their Midwest Chance?

The Daily Caller: New O’Keefe tape shows George Soros has donated to NPR before last year