Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.27.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 27, 2010:

Washington Post: First State of the Union speech by President Obama: ‘We face a deficit of trust’

Washington Times: Obama’s exports pick tied to arms makers

Washington Examiner: Democrats fall as fast as Nixon Republicans in 1974

USA Today: Apple unveils $499 iPad tablet

CQ Politics: Mississippi: NRCC Pounces on DCCC Cigarette Tax Attack

The Hill: Boozman considers challenge to Sen. Blanche Lincoln

Politico: Poll: Fox most trusted name in news

ABC News: Stunning Recovery: Haitian Girl Pulled From Debris

CBS News: John Edwards and Elizabeth Edwards Separated

Fox News: Va. Tech Student’s Death Investigated as Homicide After Body Found at Farm

MSNBC News: Priest shortage leaves faithful alone on sickbeds

CNN: Toyota adds 1 million vehicles to recall

Wall Street Journal: Apple Tablet Portends Rewrite for Publishers

NPR: The First Hints Of A Dinosaur’s True Colors

Roll Call: Former NFL Player Poised to Enter Race Against Lincoln

National Journal: Pelosi Says Votes Are There For Reform

Bloomberg News: Toyota Falls as Widening Recalls Tarnish Reputation

Gallup.Com: Americans on the State of the Nation: Better, but Not Great

Talking Points Memo: The Landrieu Phone Case: Not A Bugging After All?

Politics Daily: Elizabeth Edwards and John Edwards Separate, Can Divorce in One Year

Reuters: Super Bowl ad stokes U.S. abortion controversy