Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.11.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 11, 2010:

Washington Post: APNewsBreak: Mark McGwire admits using steroids

Washington Times: Top Democrat defends Reid for remarks

Washington Examiner: Shock jock Steele does his best to get fired

USA Today: After failed Leno experiment, a redefining moment at NBC

CQ Politics: Candidate to GOP: Sorry, But Tea Party Label Better for Me

The Hill: Palin to join Fox News

Politico: How long will Rahm Emanuel remain?

ABC News: ‘Game Change’ Authors: ‘We Were Shocked’ by Revelations from 2008 Presidential Campaign

CBS News: Olivia Namath Arrested: Joe Namath’s Daughter Busted for Half-Pound of Weed in Palm Beach

Fox News: No Cameras in Federal Courtroom for California Gay Marriage Hearing

MSNBC News: McGwire admits using steroids in 70-HR year

CNN: Palin’s Fox News deal a political sign?

Wall Street Journal: Venezuela Says Its Jets Intercepted U.S. Plane

NPR: Brian Williams: Why Jon Stewart Is Good For News

Roll Call: Boehner’s Chief of Staff Dies

National Journal: White House Readies Aggressive Midterm Push

Bloomberg News: Japan Air Poised to Fall in Tokyo on Bankruptcy Speculation

Gallup.Com: Mormons Most Conservative Major Religious Group in U.S.

Talking Points Memo: Palin To Become Fox News Contributor

Politics Daily: Harry Reid Shouldn’t Have Said It Out Loud, but How Many Think It?

Reuters: Italy in racism debate as migrants quit riot town