Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.23.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 23, 2010:

Washington Post: Under the world’s greatest cities, deadly plates

Washington Times: Inside the Beltway

Washington Examiner: Eric Holder stonewalls Congress on terror lawyers

USA Today: ESPN suspends Kornheiser for comments on Hannah Storm’s attire

CQ Politics: Griffith Touts Support For Bid Against Boucher

The Hill: Senate sitting on 290 bills already passed by House; tension mounts

Politico: Michael Steele’s spending spree angers donors

ABC News: Gen. Petraeus Now Praises Pakistan’s Taliban Fight

CBS News: Harry Reid Says GOP Should “Stop Crying” About Reconciliation

Fox News: 2 Shot at Colorado Middle School

MSNBC News: Southeast sees big influx of illegal immigrants

CNN: Witnesses: Toyota problems could be electronics

Wall Street Journal: The Danger of Daily Aspirin

NPR: First Listen: Joanna Newsom

Roll Call: Hometown Makes Ortiz a Frequent Flier

National Journal: Obama’s Plan Favors Senate Over House

Bloomberg News: Asian Shares Weaken, Australia Bonds Gain on U.S. Consumer Data

Gallup.Com: Six in 10 Underemployed Not Hopeful About Finding Work

Talking Points Memo: New Docs On Disputed AirTran Flight Shows No Muslim Hijack Attempt

Politics Daily: UPDATE: Toyota Executive Tells Congress Recalls Might Not Be Enough

Reuters: US Jan mass layoffs edge up on weak manufacturing

The New Republic: The Republican Obama