Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.12.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 12, 2010:

Washington Post: Google may pull out of China after e-mail attacks on activists

Washington Times: Rembrandt work found in D.C. bathroom goes on view

Washington Examiner: Desperate Dems try to Palinize Massachusetts Senate race

USA Today: Best Value Colleges for 2010 and how they were chosen

CQ Politics: Hickenlooper Makes Colo. Governor Bid Official

The Hill: U.S. Chamber warns of ‘double-dip’ recession because of Dem policies

Politico: Game over: The Clintons stand alone

ABC News: Google to End China Censorship After E-mail Breach

CBS News: Poll: Obama Health Care Marks Hit New Low

Fox News: 104-Year-Old Famed Strongman Dies After Being Hit by Car

MSNBC News: White House changes stimulus job accounting

CNN: 7.0 quake hits Haiti; ‘Serious loss of life’ expected

Wall Street Journal: Even in a Recovery, Some Jobs Won’t Return

NPR: CQ: Obama’s Winning Streak On Hill Unprecedented

Roll Call: Ex-Frost Aide Leads Effort to Reverse DeLayÂ’s Redistricting Triumph

National Journal: Health Insurers Funded Chamber Attack Ads

Bloomberg News: Bank of America Names Price to Run Consumer Banking

Gallup.Com: Gallup Economic Weekly: New Year Brings Spending Boost

Talking Points Memo: Grijalva On Exempting Union Health Benefits From Tax: Close, But Not Enough

Politics Daily: Bill That Would Legalize Marijuana in California Passes Committee

Reuters: AIG, autos offset Treasury bank bailout profits