Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.16.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 16, 2010:

Washington Post: Sarah Palin, finally a fallen star

Washington Times: PRUDEN: The red-hot scam unravels

Washington Examiner: ACORN funder confirmed to head Corporation for National and Community Service

USA Today: Kevin Smith: Battle with Southwest is ‘fruitless’

CQ Politics: Conservative Group Targets North Dakota Democrats

The Hill: CNN poll: 52% say Obama doesn’t deserve reelection in 2012

Politico: Five ways to lose the Senate majority

ABC News: Grading the Gosselins: Checking in on Jon and Kate Two Months After Divorce

CBS News: Bayh: No Chance I’ll Switch Parties

Fox News: Body of Climber Who Fell Into Mount St. Helens Crater Recovered

MSNBC News: Aspirin cuts death risk after breast cancer

CNN: Climber found dead in Mount St. Helens crater

Wall Street Journal: U.S. Marine Walks Away From Shot to Helmet in Afghanistan

NPR: Survivor: Alabama Suspect Fired Methodically

Roll Call: HOH’s One-Minute Recess: PETA Goes After King

National Journal: Climate Threat: Elevated?

Bloomberg News: Toyota Chief to Meet Press Again After Recall Crisis

Gallup.Com: In U.S., 6 in 10 View Iran as Critical Threat to U.S. Interests

Talking Points Memo: Read the Report: Missing Police Records In ’86 Bishop Case Found

Politics Daily: New York Governor’s Aide Under Scrutiny

Reuters: Ahmadinejad not taking Clinton comments “seriously”

The New Republic: The Adults Aren’t Alright