Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.25.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 25, 2010:

Washington Post: In Obama’s decision-making, a wide range of influences

Washington Times: MICHAEL: An Obit for Health Care Reform

Washington Examiner: Abdulmutallab interrogated for less than an hour; White House defends handling of terrorist case

USA Today: Peyton Manning: Archie Manning won’t be going the Ted Williams route

CQ Politics: Boehner Stays Busy on the Fundraising Trail

The Hill: Dem lawmaker: Congress could pass health reform if men were ‘sent home’

Politico: Democrats’ Bush-bashing strategy goes bust

ABC News: Apple Tablet Could Write a New Chapter for E-Books

CBS News: McCain: Campaign Finance Reform Is Dead

Fox News: Nancy Kerrigan’s Brother Arrested in Probe of Father’s Death

MSNBC News: Smarting Democrats face barrage of bad news

CNN: Apple doubles iPhone sales in record quarter

Wall Street Journal: White House Toughens Tone

NPR: This Is ‘Your Face On Meth,’ Kids

Roll Call: Health Debate Flatlines

National Journal: U.S. Chamber Dwarfs Other Groups For Health Care Lobbying

Bloomberg News: Goldman Sachs Bonuses May Get Boost as Obama Plan Hammers Stock

Gallup.Com: Americans Lean Against Letting More Haitians Into U.S.

Talking Points Memo: Indonesia Says It May Tear Down Obama Statue

Politics Daily: Full-Body Scans: Virtual Strip Searches or Magic Boxes?

Reuters: SEC mulled national security status for AIG details