Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.18.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 18, 2010:

Washington Post: Chicago man apparently killed by daughter’s dogs

Washington Times: Ed Schultz: I’d cheat to keep Brown from winning

Washington Examiner: Two factors will decide Massachusetts Senate race

USA Today: NBC never had people watching quite like this

CQ Politics: Brown Leads Coakley By Five

The Hill: Kentucky Dem county chairman: ‘Charles Manson could beat Barack Obama here right now’

Politico: Salahis: ‘Dig Deeper’ for truth

ABC News: Google Probing Possible Inside Help on Attack

CBS News: Officials: Haiti Death Toll May Be 200,000

Fox News: State of the Union Set for Jan. 27

MSNBC News: As tensions rise, orphanage group decides to move

CNN: Wyclef Jean tearfully defends charity

Wall Street Journal: Aid to Haiti Speeds Up, but Delays Mar Effort

NPR: Emotional Training Helps Kids Fight Depression

Roll Call: Brown Over 50 Percent in New Mass. Poll

National Journal: A Hard Sell For Congressional Democrats

Bloomberg News: Most Asian Stocks Fall, Led by Aussie Banks, Japanese Carmakers

Gallup.Com: Mass. Leans Democratic, but Nearly Half Are Independent

Talking Points Memo: House, Senate At Odds Over Health Care Endgame If Brown Wins

Politics Daily: Obama Makes Last Minute Pitch for Coakley in Mass. Senate Race

Reuters: Chavez says U.S. occupying Haiti in name of aid