Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.04.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 4, 2010:

Washington Post: Off-message, Biden recasts the Obama agenda

Washington Times: White House demands apology over terror criticism

Washington Examiner: Obama picks another fight he can’t win

USA Today: Fresno, Calif., tops list of ‘drunkest’ U.S. cities; Boston least

CQ Politics: RNC Taps Heye As New Communications Director

The Hill: Sen. Brown sworn in, promises cross-aisle communication

Politico: Tea leaves: Republican establishment still rules

ABC News: Scott Brown Sworn In by Vice President Biden

CBS News: Coroner: Pneumonia Killed Brittany Murphy

Fox News: 10 Americans in Haiti Charged With Child Kidnapping

MSNBC News: Haiti charges U.S. church members with kidnap

CNN: Debt fears rattle market

Wall Street Journal: McCain Feeling Primary Heat From His Right Flank

NPR: Man Dies In Rare Fatal Shark Attack Off Florida

Roll Call: HOH’s One-Minute Recess: Television Magic

National Journal: Senators Zero In On $81B In Short-Term Stimulus Measure

Bloomberg News: Stocks, Commodities Plunge, Dollar Gains on Debt, Jobs Concerns

Gallup.Com: In January, Most Job Creation in U.S. South and East

Talking Points Memo: Dem Leadership Rips ‘Republican Plan’ To Privatize, Slash Medicare, Social Security

Politics Daily: Retail Sales Jump in January

Reuters: Changing China tied to rough ride with U.S.

The New Republic: He’s a Yuppie