Today’s Most Popular Stories 3.28.11

Every afternoon we surf your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 28, 2011:

Washington Post: U.S. deploys low-flying attack planes in Libya

Washington Times: Fears rise that Japan could sell off U.S. debt

Washington Examiner: Is Media Matters breaking the law in its ‘war’ on Fox News?

USA Today: When standardized test scores soared in D.C., were the gains real?

The Hill: Fast to begin Monday to protest proposed GOP budget cuts

Politico: Media Matters’ war against Fox

Roll Call: Reid: CR Talks Have Broken Down

National Journal: What Congress Wants to Hear From Obama

Talking Points Memo: Tea Party-Backed Anti-Voter Fraud Effort Touts Non-Partisanship At First National Conference

Politics Daily: Democrats Could Lose Senate, Biden Warns Party

The New Republic: The Timeliness Paradox

The Daily Caller: Chris Wallace takes a shot at White House on behalf of ‘Fox News Sunday’