Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.01.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 1, 2010:

Washington Post: Gun case presents quandary for Supreme Court justices

Washington Times: American reliance on government at all-time high

Washington Examiner: GOP must vow repeal if Obamacare passes

USA Today: Chilean earthquake hints at dangers of ‘Big One’ for USA

CQ Politics: Arizona Tea Party Groups Staying Out of Senate Race

The Hill: Tancredo rips Palin: Not ‘presidential,’ just selling books

Politico: Nancy Pelosi’s brutal reality check

ABC News: Walgreens Told to Pay $25.8 Million Over Teen Pharmacy Tech’s Error

CBS News: Mary Hart on Death of Marie Osmond’s Son

Fox News: Lottery Winner Eats $15,000 Winning Lottery Ticket

MSNBC News: Signs of life, and looting, in quake-hit city

CNN: Texas businessman charged in dancer’s slaying

Wall Street Journal: Pelosi Confident on Health Vote

NPR: The Teen Brain: It’s Just Not Grown Up Yet

Roll Call: Rum Makers’ Conflict Boiling Over

National Journal: VA Psychologist On PTSD And The Mental Health ‘Stigma’

Bloomberg News: U.S. Economy: Manufacturing Expands for Seventh Month

Gallup.Com: Seven in 10 U.S. Workers Say Their Jobs Are Ideal

Talking Points Memo: Bunning Blockade Leads To 21 Percent Fee Cut For Doctors

Politics Daily: Consumer Spending: As American as Apple Pie?

Reuters: China PLA officer urges challenging U.S. dominance

The New Republic: The Inkblot Test