Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.15.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 15, 2010:

Washington Post: What Karl Rove got wrong on the U.S. deficit

Washington Times: Obama keeps his distance from Mass. race

Washington Examiner: Massachusetts Republican gambles on Kennedy card

USA Today: Federer: Woods will be back and at his best soon

CQ Politics: Obama to Campaign for Coakley

The Hill: Budget director blames old computers for ineffective government

Politico: ‘Very angry’ Democrat sounds alarm

ABC News: Should Haitians Illegally in U.S. Get “Protected Status”?

CBS News: Pat Robertson Haiti Comments Spark Uproar

Fox News: Haiti Nears Breaking Point as Aid Is Snarled, Looters Roam

MSNBC News: Next wave of misery? Infection, illness loom

CNN: Love lands after ‘Miracle on Hudson’

Wall Street Journal: Martha Coakley’s Convictions

NPR: Patti Smith Remembers Life With Mapplethorpe

Roll Call: Keating Set to Exit ACLI; Pomeroy, Kerrey Eyed as Replacement

National Journal: Tinkering With The Cadillac

Bloomberg News: UN Struggles to Unblock Aid as Haitians Wait, Suffer

Gallup.Com: Americans Back Profiling Air Travelers to Combat Terrorism

Talking Points Memo: We Didn’t Break It…

Politics Daily: Obama, Giuliani, Clinton in Massachusetts as New Senate Poll Shows Trouble for Coakley

Reuters: Angry Haitians block roads with corpses: witness