Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.12.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 12, 2010:

Washington Post: Why don’t honest journalists take on Roger Ailes and Fox News?

Washington Times: Ex-chief regrets D.C. fire merger with EMS

Washington Examiner: GOP hopes town halls take health care off table

USA Today: Prius incident shines spotlight on driver, his finances

CQ Politics: Colorado: Perlmutter Endorses Bennet

The Hill: Pelosi: Public option will not be in health bill despite liberal efforts

Politico: Dems: Time to ‘rip the band-aid off’

ABC News: Christians Rip Glenn Beck Over ‘Social Justice’ Slam

CBS News: Kevin Garn: I Nude Hot-Tubbed with Minor

Fox News: Two People Discarded by Obama Administration Talk About How They Feel

MSNBC News: Clinton scolds Israel over housing plan

CNN: Teacher-student sex ‘never the kid’s fault’

Wall Street Journal: Road to the Nut House

NPR: We Bought A Toxic Asset; You Can Watch It Die

Roll Call: Parliamentarian Expands on Health Bill Ruling

National Journal: K Street Paradox

Bloomberg News: Valley National Buys Two Banks in Two Days Amid Lender Failures

Gallup.Com: Americans Say Jobs Top Problem Now, Deficit in Future

Talking Points Memo: Utah House Leader Admits Naked Hot-Tubbing With 15-Year Old Girl

Politics Daily: Terrorism Suspect Worked at U.S. Nuclear Plants

Reuters: U.S. setting bad example on protectionism – Sarkozy

The New Republic: Paul Ryan And The Republican Vision