Today’s Most Popular Stories 01.28.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for January 28, 2010:

Washington Post: Man, 34, charged with rape in assault in Montgomery College bathroom

Washington Times: Bernanke wins 2nd term as Fed chief

Washington Examiner: A speech with nothing for everybody

USA Today: Toyota expands floor mat recall; supplier redesigns pedal

CQ Politics: Farm PAC Passes on Griffith Endorsement

The Hill: Feinstein says Obama should move terror trials from New York City

Politico: White House: Obama is right about Supreme Court decision

ABC News: No Manslaughter Defense in Abortion Doc’s Slaying

CBS News: Mapping Cancer Genes to Find a Cure

Fox News: Dennis Miller on Obama’s State of the Union Address, Democratic Infighting, Super Bowl

MSNBC News: No easy answer to why Toyota accelerators stick

CNN: Gloves come off after Obama rips Supreme Court ruling

Wall Street Journal: Bernanke Wins New Term

NPR: Study: Humans Were Born To Run Barefoot

Roll Call: Reid Looking ‘Very Closely’ at Reconciliation for Health Care

National Journal: Obama Seeks To Channel Voter Anger

Bloomberg News: Asia Stocks Slump, Euro Drops on Greek Deficit, U.S. Jobless

Gallup.Com: Americans With Postgraduate Education Still Back Obama

Talking Points Memo: White House Didn’t Have MA-Sen Health Care Contingency Plan

Politics Daily: Hillary Clinton Not Seeking Second Secretary of State Term: Is Private Life Next?

Reuters: Snap Analysis: Obama’s big speech: did he get his groove back?