Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.03.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 3, 2010:

Washington Post: Children of dead CIA officers try to learn about their work

Washington Times: GOP’s Senate prospects on the rise

Washington Examiner: Administration changes story on Christmas Day bomber

USA Today: ‘Lost’ stunner opens a path to the series’ end

CQ Politics: Pombo’s Fundraiser Nets Big Bucks

The Hill: Republicans find loophole in budget ploy to push through healthcare legislation

Politico: Could Republicans win back the Senate?

ABC News: 3 U.S. Special Forces Die in Pakistan Bombing

CBS News: Holder Defends Handling of Abdulmutallab

Fox News: Texas Woman: ‘I Just Killed My Babies’

MSNBC News: Some schools rethink bans on cell phones

CNN: Concerned? Ask your Toyota dealer

Wall Street Journal: Is Obama Ready to Be President?

NPR: Can You Tell Your Life Story In Exactly Six Words?

Roll Call: Boehner Says GOP Will Keep Term Limits, but Make Exceptions

National Journal: New Jobs Credit Gets Cool Response

Bloomberg News: Republican Brown to Be Cleared for Senate Swearing-In

Gallup.Com: Asian-Americans Lean Left Politically

Talking Points Memo: Republicans Trying To Raise Money Off Question Time Performance

Politics Daily: Palin Says Rahm Emanuel Should be Fired for ‘Retarded’ Remark

Reuters: Truckloads of snow dumped on melting Vancouver mountain

The New Republic: The Dem Base And Health Reform